20 Reasons to Attend SOLIDWORKS World 2015

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If you are looking for a reason to attend SOLIDWORKS World 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona this February 8th thru 11th I can give you at least 20 good reasons. Those reasons are in the form of the presentations that CATI, InFlow and their customers are giving at SOLIDWORKS World this year. The techs from CATI and InFlow have 14 presentations scheduled and our customers have another 6 presentations.

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Besides the presentations that we are giving this year there are more than 200 other breakout sessions ranging from design automation and electrical design to simulation and product data management. You can check out this year's session schedule on the SOLIDWORKS World 2015 website. You also will have the opportunity to meet with over 5,000 of your fellow SOLIDWORKS users. SOLIDWORKS has many deals available for single and group passes for those who sign up early.

You can find all of the details about SOLIDWORKS World by going to the SOLIDWORKS World Website http://www.solidworks.com/sww/

Below is a list of the presentations that CATI, InFlow and our customers are presenting, and a PDF version for you to print out and bring with you.

We look forward to seeing you in February.

CATI and InFlow Presentations

Monday February, 9th

Discovering and Understanding SOLIDWORKS Dismissed Messages – 1:30pm-2:30pm – Room TBD

Presenters: Bryan Pawlak, Senior Application Engineer, CATI
Phil Whitaker, Field Service Technical Manager, CATI

SOLIDWORKS Composer: As Easy as Building with Legos – 1:30pm-2:30pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Brian Reel – Field Service Technical Manager, CATI

Achieving Extreme SOLIDWORKS Performance: Hardware/Configuration – 2:45-3:45pm – Room North-121A-C

Presenters: Adrian Fanjoy, Technical Services Director, CATI
Josh Altergott, Support Manager, CATI

Configuring SOLIDWORKS Toolbox – 2:45-3:45pm – Room TBD

Presenter: John Van Engen, Senior Application Engineer, CATI

Successfully Prepare for Your EPDM File/Data Migration – 2:45-3:45pm – Room TBD

Presenter: Jeff Barker, Senior PLM Consultant, InFlow Technology

 

Tuesday February, 10th

SOLIDWORKS Duct Tape & Bailing Wire: Creative Solutions to Everyday Problems– 1:30-2:30pm – Room North 128A/B
Presenters: Josh Altergott, Support Manager, CATI

Adrian Fanjoy, Technical Services Director, CATI

Drawings: Setup of Templates and Sheet Formats– 1:30-2:30pm – Room – TBD
Presenter: Jim Krivoshein, Senior Application Engineer, CATI

EPDM Web: Implementing and Configuring – 1:30pm-2:30pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Justin Webster – Director, InFlow Technology

How to Build and Maintain Effective Design Tables – 2:45-3:45pm – Room North-226B
Presenter: Josh Altergott – Support Manager – CATI

DriveWorksXpress Essentials Hands-On Lab – 4:30pm-6:00pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Ryan Dally – Product Manager, InFlow Technology

Wednesday February, 11th

SOLIDWORKS Composer: As Easy as Building with Legos – 2:45pm-3:45pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Brian Reel – Field Technical Services Manager, CATI

Achieving Extreme SOLIDWORKS Performance: Modeling Methodology – 2:45-3:45pm – Room North-120D

Presenters: Josh Altergott, Support Manager, CATI

Adrian Fanjoy, Technical Services Director, CATI

Sharing Assemblies—Without Giving It All Away– 2:45-3:45pm – Room – TBD
Presenter: Jim Krivoshein, Senior Application Engineer, CATI

 

CATI and InFlow Customer Presentations

Monday February, 9th

Gaming the System 2: Tips and Tricks Exploiting the "Ghost in the Machine" – 10:30am-12:00pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Ed Eaton, Senior Industrial Designer – DiMonte Group

Tips and Tricks on Passing the CSWP – 10:30am-12:00pm – Room TBD
Presenters: Bryan Ray, Lecturer – Purdue University

John Edrington, Clinical Professor- Purdue University

Tuesday February, 10th

Pocket Guide to Plastic Part Design—Rel. 8.0 – 10:30am-12:00pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Ed Honda – hondaDesign

Filleting Master Class: Learn How to Conquer Fillets in SOLIDWORKS – 10:30am-12:00pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Andrew Lowe, Industrial Designer – DiMonte Group

Delivering the Impossible, Great Teamwork Makes Medical Device History – 1:30Pm-2:30pm – Room TBD
Presenters: Ed Eaton, Senior Industrial Designer – DiMonte Group

Ken Pawlak, Senior Mechanical Engineer – Natus Medical Inc.

Bryan Pawlak, Senior Application Engineer – CATI

Ken Breeding Jr, Sales Specification Asso. – Eastman Chemical Co.

Surfaces and Splines: The Fundamentals of Modeling for Consumer Product Design– 4:30pm-6:00pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Andrew Lowe, Industrial Designer – DiMonte Group

Wednesday February, 11th

Expanded Guide to Plastic Part Design—Rel.8.0 – 10:30pm-12:00pm – Room TBD
Presenter: Ed Honda – hondaDesign

Thanks,

Josh Altergott

Support Manager

Computer Aided Technology, Inc.

www.cati.com