in Mathematica, there is the option called BoxRatios

"is an option for Graphics3D that gives the ratios of side lengths for the bounding box of the three‐dimensional picture."

It is sort-of like aspect ratio, but for 3D. It is set by default so make 3D plot looks "nice". I can't seem to find equivalent Maple option. The closest is the option "s=" for plot3d, but this just turns of/on "constrained scaling" and does not allow one to modify the "BoxRatios"

Let me give an example. Here is 3D plot in Mathematica and the same in Maple. I'd like to get the Maple 3D to look similar to Mathematica 3D in terms of the "aspect ratio". Maple on the z-axis is using the same size as in the x and y axis, and even though this is realistic, it does not make the plot as nice. I want to change this ratio.

T0[x_, y_, m_] :=20/Pi Sum[ (-1)^(n + 1)/n Exp[- (n Pi/10) y] Sin[ (n Pi/10) x], {n,1, m}]

Plot3D[T0[x, y, 70], {x, 0, 10}, {y, 0, 10}, PlotRange -> All, AxesLabel -> {x, y, z}]

In Maple:

T0:= (x,y,m)-> 20/Pi*sum( (-1)^(n+1)/n*exp(- n*Pi/10*y)*sin(n*Pi/10*x),n=1..m);

plot3d(T0(x,y,50),x=0..10,y=0..10,scaling=unconstrained);

So Maple is using 1:1:1 box ratio. Mathematica default is 1:1:0.4, and I wanted to see if I can change Maple to be the same.

I get same plot in Maple using scaling=unconstrained or scaling=constrained. So this option is not very useful for what I want.

Is there a way to change the "BoxRatios" as defined above in Maple? There must be, right? Do I need to use different package?