SWUGN Group Leader Spotlight – Denny Bahl

SWUGN Group Leader Spotlight – Denny Bahl

Since 1996, SOLIDWORKS User Groups have been a valuable resource for SOLIDWORKS users all over the world.  The SWUGN Committee and DS SOLIDWORKS provide ample support, but the real stars are the SOLIDWORKS User Group Leaders. Every couple of weeks … Continued

SOLIDWORKS User Group Network News and Notes

SOLIDWORKS User Group Network News and Notes

Summertime is typically a little slower when it comes to SOLIDWORKS User Group meetings, but there’s still plenty going on in the SOLIDWORKS Community. One of our South Florida groups got a new name recently, deciding on Broward County SOLIDWORKS … Continued

A Friday SWUGN Wrap-up

A Friday SWUGN Wrap-up

                    The crowd was a little smaller than we had hoped at the SWUGN Summit – St. Louis this week, but the attendees that were able to attend were treated to … Continued

London to Liverpool

London to Liverpool

I spent last week in England and attended two very good SOLIDWORKS User Group meetings, managed to navigate the London underground system, and took a hair raising ride to Heathrow airport on Friday.  All in all a very good trip. … Continued

Thanks Don, and Goodbye for Now

Thanks Don, and Goodbye for Now

I was in Wisconsin last week to formally present an award, and to say goodbye to the award recipient.  Don Glaske shared the SWUGN User Group Leader of the Year award with Chicago’s Denny Bahl, but wasn’t able to attend SOLIDWORKS … Continued

Hello Wisconsin!!

Hello Wisconsin!!

I’m in the Badger State this week visiting SOLIDWORKS User Groups in Sheboygan, Appleton, and Fond Du Lac.  Next week I’m heading to Albany, New York for the first SWUGN Technical Summit of the year. Last nights meeting of the … Continued

A SWUGN Update and a Look Ahead

A SWUGN Update and a Look Ahead

Registration has opened for the first three SWUGN Technical Summits in Albany, Des Moines, and St. Louis.  Agendas and more information about these events can found on the SWUGN website. Richard Laflamme reports that the Western Ontario SOLIDWORKS User Group had … Continued