Western Region SolidWorks User Conference

Discussion created by Guest on Aug 30, 2005
SolidWorks Users,

Want some SolidWorks training beyond the basic courses? Ever wonder where to get “advanced” training for SolidWorks? Want to listen to industry leaders talk about the most productive way to use SolidWorks?

The 1st annual Western Region SolidWorks User Conference will be held September 19th and 20th at the Titan Student Union on the Cal State Fullerton campus in Fullerton, California. The conference is hosted by the Western Region SolidWorks user Groups. Here is what we are going to pack into two days:

Trees of Blood: Repairing and Preventing Rebuild Errors - Ed Eaton, DiMonte Group
Library Features; Saving and Reusing Existing Geometry - Devon Sowell, 3D Design Solutions
Optimizing SolidWorks Routing - Mike Spens, GoEngineer
Review of the New 2006 Sheet Metal Functionality Enhancements - Avelino Rochino, SolidWorks Corporation

What's New in COSMOS 2006 - Ramesh Lakshmipathy, SolidWorks Corporation
The Art of Rapid Prototyping Processes and Materials - Steve Wolfe, CADCAMNet
Increase Productivity with Macros - Mike Spens, GoEngineer
Understanding and Increasing Large Assembly/Drawing Performance - Greg Jankowski, SolidWorks Corporation

Models,Models Everywhere - Richard Doyle, SolidWorks Corporation
CAD Managers Survival Guide - Greg Jankowski, SolidWorks Corporation
Design Validation Basics Boot Camp - Ramesh Lakshmipathy, SolidWorks Corporation
Smart Component capabilities in Solidworks 2006 - Noah McDonough, Hawk Ridge Systems

What's REALLY New in SolidWorks 2006 - Richard Doyle, SolidWorks Corporation
Designing Structural Weldments in SolidWorks - Avelino Rochino, SolidWorks Corporation
Configuration Management - Letting Excel do your work - Lou Gallo, Digital Dimensions, Inc.
How to leverage new PDMWorks 2006 features in your existing PDMWorks installation - Samuel Eakin, Hawk Ridge Systems

COSMOS Tips and Tricks - Ramesh Lakshmipathy, SolidWorks Corporation
eDrawings; Customize to Communicate - Devon Sowell, 3D Design Solutions
Rip, Tear, Bend, and Fold- Designing Sheet Metal Parts in SolidWorks - Richard Doyle, SolidWorks Corporation
Data Translation and Re-Use - Mike Spens, GoEngineer

Data Translation and Re-Use - Mike Spens, GoEngineer
What's New in SolidWorks 2005-2006 for Educators - Dave Alpert, GoEngineer
Surfacing for Blockheads - Ed Eaton, DiMonte Group
SolidWorks Technical Support, Preparing Ahead for Common Challenges - Matt Morgan, GoEngineer

Virtual Design, Virtual Testing - Ramesh Lakshmipathy, SolidWorks Corporation
Avoiding the Pitfalls of a PDM Implementation - Brian Findley, Digital Dimensions, Inc.
Most Commonly Asked Questions about Detail Drawings - Noah McDonough, Hawk Ridge Systems
SolidWorks Tips and Tricks – Phil Sluder, TriAxial Design and Analysis

All this for $50 in advance ($100 at the door). But wait there’s more;
• Special keynote by Dassualt Systems Group Executive Vic Leventhal
• Breakfast and lunch will be served each day
• Monday evening reception (including food and drinks)
• 20+ SolidWorks’ Product and Service Partner exhibit
• Student Design Competition and Award Ceremony
• You’ll even receive a free copy of the recently published SolidWorks for Dummies 1st edition.
There are two easy ways to register, online with your credit card, or print out the registration form, fill it out, and mail it back along with a check.
For more information, please visit our website at www.sdswug.org, and then go to the “2005 Western Region SolidWorks User Conference” link at the top of the page.
Hope to see you there,
Phil Sluder | Conference Coordinator
Western Region SolidWorks User Group 2005
C/o San Diego SolidWorks User Group
PO Box 921
La Mesa CA 91944-0921
Office (619) 460-0216 | Fax (619) 460-0902 | Mobile (619) 787-8725