SOLIDWORKS World Presentations

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Several of my counterparts in the CATI Technical Services group and I are spending the majority of this week at SOLIDWORKS World.  It has proven once again to be an amazing event allowing us all to learn so many exciting things about different aspects of the software.  We have had many opportunities to learn and grow with the SOLIDWORKS product line throughout the week.  More about what we have learned will follow in later posts to this blog.

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As in years past we have also had the honor of presenting at the conference.  This year our group was responsible for the following:   

Presentation     Presenter
Hot Topics in SOLIDWORKS Simulation – Modeling Temperature Change     Rajat Trehan
Backdoor Workaround: The SOLIDWORKS Equivalent to Duct Tape and Bailing Wire

    Adrian Fanjoy
    Josh Altergott

Using the Options File to Control Your SOLIDWORKS Network License     Keith Schaefer
Sketching: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly     Josh Altergott
Design Tables: The Complete Story     Josh Altergott
3DVIA Composer Hands On Test Drive     Jake Smith
Administrative Images – Simply Deploying SOLIDWORKS     Adrian Fanjoy
Design Automation Options within SOLIDWORKS     Keith Schaefer

In total there were approximately 170 different presentations and we know that people at the conference had some tough decisions to make regarding what presentations would serve them best.  We have made this files available to allow conference attendees and users around the world that were unable to attend these events would have the opportunity to at least view the material.

The presentation PowerPoint files along with any sample file that were mentioned in our presentations are available by going to http://www.cati.com/sww09.htm.

We will be providing opportunities to see our presentations live and on the Web after SOLIDWORKS World. Please watch this blog and the CATI website (www.cati.com) for times and locations.

Adrian Fanjoy

Technical Services Manager

Computer Aided Technology, Inc.