Denny Bahl

CSUG Meeting Sept. 7, 2010.

Discussion created by Denny Bahl on Aug 31, 2010

Dear CSUG member,


We are planning a CSUG meeting for Tuesday, September 7, 2010 from 5pm to 8pm at the DES PLAINES Campus of Oakton Community College, in ROOM 1610.

The address is 1600 E. Golf Rd., Des Plaines, Illinois 60016.  (See map at end of notice or Google the address for a map.)


We will start with a short business meeting followed by the presentation.




5:00-5:30PM     Sign-in and networking.

5:30PM          Food served.  Pizza & soft drinks.

5:30-6:00PM     Short business meeting during pizza time.

6:00-7:30PM     Users Helping Users – Bring your SolidWorks problems/questions

and other users may be able to provide an answer.

7:30-8:00PM     Q&A, Door Prize Drawing.

8:00PM          Meeting adjourned.




Users Helping Users

Problems and Solutions provided by meeting participants.


We have had a number of formal presentations given at the meetings over the last couple of years.  Now it is time to once again take part in a meeting that is what user groups are all about.  Please bring your modeling problems, questions and issues to the meeting.  We will have a computer at the meeting running SolidWorks.  We will take turns trying to help each other with our issues.  Now don’t be shy, we have been meeting as a group for some time now so we are all familiar with each other.

Please come prepared to either participate with a problem or solution, or both.  Let’s make this a fun and informational meeting to kick off the

2010-2011 season.


If you have a laptop with SolidWorks on it you are encouraged to bring it.

This way we could break into small groups to help more people.


We will have the usual pizza and soft drinks for refreshments, along with a door prize drawing (if we have prizes to give away).



The meeting should adjourn around 8pm.


No RSVP necessary.

We will base the headcount on the average from previous meetings.


Looking forward to seeing the familiar faces along with any new members.


Solidly Yours,

Denny Bahl

CSUG President