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Randall Lynn
The August 9th, 2017 meeting of the New Mexico SolidWorks User Group was held at The BioScience Center in Albuquerque, 5901 Indian School Road NE, Albuquerque, NM.  AGENDA 5:30 – 6:00 Arrive, Get Some Food, Meet Someone New 6:00 – 6:05 Announcements and General Business 6:05 – 6:50 Toolpath Generation Directly from SolidWorks, John Milberry…
John Rabenius
DeVore Aviation (Osuna and Jefferson) is looking for an experienced Electrical Engineer.   The position is a direct hire position, not through  an employment agency.   What we are looking for is an experienced, Electrical Engineer with at least a BS in EE.   They need to be hands-on - someone who enjoys working in the Engineering electrical lab,… (Show more)
Randall Lynn
The June 14th, 2017 meeting of the New Mexico SOLIDWORKS User Group was held at The BioScience Center in Albuquerque.  This meeting was a celebration of the New Mexico SolidWorks User Group which was founded 10 years ago. In attendance from SolidWorks was Richard Doyle, Senior User Advocacy for SolidWorks User Groups who also was present at the… (Show more)
William Radigan
If you're reading this before June 14th, 2017 and would like to RSVP for the meeting, please click here: https://nmsug.eventbrite.com   The June 14th meeting will be the 10th Anniversary of the New Mexico SOLIDWORKS User Group!  To celebrate, we've invited Richard Doyle and Rachel York, the leaders of the International SOLIDWORKS User Group… (Show more)
Randall Lynn
The April 12th, 2017 meeting of the New Mexico SOLIDWORKS User Group was held at The BioScience Center in Albuquerque and featured Ken Merritt of SolidCAM. Ken presented a live demonstration of toolpath generation within SOLIDWORKS. We also had a wrap-up and review of SOLIDWORKS World 2017.   As always, we welcome any feedback you have about the…
William Radigan
This document describes some of Eduardo Gamillo's Mechanical Engineering Technology students at the New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM (Spring 2017).  Some of these individuals _might_ still be available to hire, but I suspect that you'll have to be quick.  These gentlemen are smart, engaging, and have excellent CAD (and CAM!) skills.
William Radigan
April 12th New Mexico SOLIDWORKS User Group Meeting Tickets, Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 5:30 PM | Eventbrite DESCRIPTIONThe April 12th 2017 meeting of the New Mexico SOLIDWORKS User Group will be held at The BioScience Center in Albuquerque and will feature Ken Merritt of SolidCAM. Ken will present a live demonstration of toolpath generation within… (Show more)