Additive manufacturing has disrupted the entire manufacturing process paving the way for the rap-id adoption of 3D printing to create stronger, lighter, more complex parts and sys-tems. nTopology is the first engineering design software built natively for this shift to generative design. The company’s nTop platform accelerates the design process through reusable workflows, allowing design teams to model different materials virtually and on the fly rather than having to build multiple prototypes. Used by engineers working in a range of industries from aerospace, au-tomotive, medical, and consumer products, the platform can run 3,000 possible iterations in an hour. Within the next 5 years, engineering companies will shift production of 30% of all parts to additive or advanced manufacturing processes. nTopology customers include organizations like GE Health, Renishaw, U.S. Airforce, and Lockheed Martin. AlleyWatch caught up with nTopology Founder and CEO Bradley Rothenberg to learn more about nTopology, how the nTop Platform supports generative design and 3D printing, and the company’s latest funding round from inves-tors that include Tiger Global, Oldslip Group, Root Ventures, Canaan Partners, Haystack, and Insight Partners.