Reminder: Eastern Michigan SolidWorks User Group Meeting

Discussion created by Guest on Mar 14, 2006
Eastern Michigan SolidWorks User,

The Eastern Michigan SolidWorks User Group meeting is quickly approaching. This email is going out as a reminder. This meeting is very exciting with two great topic presentations, that will mix in tips and trick for both the beginner and advance user. I've also added solution-partners to the mix, they will demonstrate their products during the luncheon and break. So if you haven't RSVP'd, please do so. Especially if you plan on attending the luncheon, which you must RSVP before March 16th. All other RSVP's should be received by March 21st.


With all that is going on your bound to come away with something. See you March 22nd !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you,
Robert Meitzler
EMSWUG President

EMSWUG Meeting
When: Wednesday, March 22nd 2006
Time: 1pm – 4pm (Luncheon will be held from 11:30am-12:45pm)
Where: Macomb Community College South Campus – "S" Building (Email for additional information)
(Please note, same college but different building)
RSVP: Before March 21st, by emailing me Robert Meitzler, at EMSWUG@YAHOO.COM

Meeting Agenda
11:30am - 12:45pm User Group Networking Luncheon – Pizza, Salad, and Pop will be served.
This is a free lunch, however you must RSVP Before March 16th to be included
1:00pm - 1:15pm Opening Statements – By Robert Meitzler, User Group President
1:15pm - 2:15pm Best Design Practices – By Jon Benavides, Fisher Unitech
2:15pm - 2:45pm Break
2:45pm - 3:45pm Industrial Design (Free Form Shapes) Tips and Tricks – By Darin Grosser, DASI Solutions
3:45pm - 4:00pm Wrap up – Final Statements, Suggestions, Prize Giveaways
Solution Partners that will also be in attendance:
Vartech with their product SigmundWorks for SolidWorks, a powerful tolerance analysis software, enables engineers to evaluate, optimize and validate assembly build quality, relative to piece part tolerance and assembly process variation.
Capvidia with their product FormatWorks which solves frustrating data incompatibility problems occurring during the import of 3D models into SolidWorks.
And others ……….