nTop Platform 2.13 - What's New

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Summary

nTopology nTop Platform 2.13 is here! This release features a new set of powerful simulation color maps for engineers to enhance their ability to interpret the results as well as a set of updates for transforms so users can reposition slice stacks to properly import them into print preparation tools. As with every release, nTopology’s dedicated support team is ready to answer your questions. Please visit support.ntopology.com to gain access to helpful tutorials and support articles.

New Features and Improvements

Reposition Slice Stack for Export

  • The translate block has been updated to accept Slice Stack objects as inputs.
  • This feature has been added to enable users to correctly import their slice stacks into the print prep tool of their choice.

Rotate Slice Stack about the Z-Axis for Export

  • The Rotate Object block has been updated to accept Slice Stack objects as inputs.
  • If you attempt to rotate the Slick Stack in any axis other than the Z, the block will throw an error message.
  • This feature has been added to enable users to correctly import their slice stacks into the print prep tool of their choice.

Simulation Color Maps

  • We’ve introduced 3 new colors maps in our simulation result HUD so that simulation engineers have more perceptional consistent gradients to avoid misinterpreting results.
  • The 3 new maps are: Turbo, Magma, and Viridis (see image below):

SimulationColorMaps.png

Usage Improvements

  • The keyboard shortcut for Make Variable has been updated to Ctrl + M.
  • nTop Platform now supports the export of distributed loads on edges for Beam, Shell, and Solid elements.
  • The Evaluate Expression block has been deprecated. The Evaluate Expression block will open in older files and can still be searched for in the search bar of the notebook.
  • Isotropic Elastic has been updated to Isotropic Linear Elastic.
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