The next SOLIDWORKS Louisville User Group meeting – known locally as “the SLUG” – has been scheduled for Tuesday, June 21st, 2011. It will be held at the University of Louisville Henry Vogt Engineering Center. The meeting details are below. If you are located in the Louisville area and have not attended a SLUG meeting, I only have one question – why not?
The topic for this meeting is “How do YOU use SolidWorks?”. Members of the local SOLIDWORKS Community – Scott Calvert of Design Network, Norman Boulard of Boulard Designs and Bryan Ray of Samtec, Inc. – will be presenting some of their personal workflow and habits. As we all know, each of us have our own way of doing things in SolidWorks. Seeing how other individuals use SOLIDWORKS is a great way to pick up on tips, shortcuts and learn new tools for driving SOLIDWORKS and improving our designs.
Date: Tuesday, June 21st, 2011. 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: University of Louisville, Henry Vogt Engineering Center (corner of S. 3rd St. and Eastern Parkway)
Agenda (times are approximate):
6:30pm – Registration, eat & greet
7:00pm – Meeting introduction
7:15pm – “How do YOU use SolidWorks?” presentation
8:15pm – Q & A, Next meeting discussion & prize drawings
Please RSVP to Paul McCrorey (McCrorey Digital), SLUG President, so the group leaders can plan foodstuffs accordingly.
I look forward to seeing you at the SLUG meeting!