Hope everyone is doing well. Craig and I have the following announcement to share with the group about the next meeting.
When: Wednesday April 13th, 2016 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Where: WARDJet Inc., at 180 South Avenue, Tallmadge, Ohio 44278
Ali Kulick, the Marketing Manager for WARDJet Inc. has graciously opened the doors for us. Thanks Dan for putting us together.
WARDJet Inc. is a leading manufacturer of abrasive waterjets in the USA. Known in the waterjet industry for quality products and outstanding service/support, WARDJet thrives on designing and building custom waterjets integrated into complex processes. WARDJet believes its main strengths are a team of exceptional people, high quality waterjet systems, intuitive WARDJet controllers and software, and potential for retroactive waterjet upgrades.
Along with a tour of the facility, both Jason Stuffel and Adam Carder will be speaking to us about WARDJet.
Jason is the Director of Sales and Marketing and has a Mechanical engineering degree from the University of Akron. Before joining WARDJet, he worked in the motorsports, aviation and renewable energy fields.
Jason has almost 10 years of experience using SOLIDWORKS. Adam is the Director of Engineering and also has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Akron. He worked briefly in aerospace before joining WARDJet, and has used SOLIDWORKS for 9 years.
We are also excited to have a number of SOLIDWORKS employees in attendance for this meeting. Richard Doyle (need I say more), will be joined by Jeremy Regnerus, the Senior Portfolio Introduction manager, Dassault Systems, along with Marie Planchard, Director of Education Portfolio, Business Development, Dassault Systems.
Jeremy will be talking about several new initiatives at SOLIDWORKS, including XDrive and XDesign, and how these products will integrate with the existing SOLIDWORKS portfolio.
Craig will be following up with an email notification to the entire group to make sure everyone, both on the forums and not, get the invitation. Please send in your RSVPs as soon as possible. It really helps us with planning for the group.
Look forward to seeing you all at the next meeting