I'm hitting the road this week with Suchit Jain, DS SolidWorks VP of Strategy and Community. We'll be visiting SolidWorks User Groups in the Philadelphia area. We also plan to attend the annual Atlantic Design and Manufacturing show on Wednesday.
Mid-Atlantic Region Independent SolidWorks User Group (MARISUG)
Tuesday, June 18th - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Lehigh Valley SolidWorks User Group
Wednesday, June 19th - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Susquehanna Valley SolidWorks User Group
Thursday, June 20th - 5:30pm to 8:00pm
There are six other meetings on the SWUGN calendar that I will not be able to attend...this time.
Adam Ales andSteve Moenaert from K2 Sports join the members of SASPUG this week.
Seattle Area SolidWorks Power Users Group (SASPUG)
Tuesday, June 18th - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
It looks like 3DVision's Chris Snider will be doing a lot of talking at the NISWUG meeting this week.
Northern Indiana SolidWorks User Group
Tuesday, June 18th - 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Some 330 miles south of NISWUG, the Greater Evansville SolidWorks User Group makes it "two-fer" Indiana.
Greater Evansville SolidWorks User Group
Thursday, June 20th - 5:00pm to 8:30pm
Tom Bostick has things back on track in Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth SolidWorks User Group
Thursday, June 20th - 5:30pm to 9:00pm
Interesting...the Rhode Island group meets in Massachusetts this week.
Rhode Island/Southern MA SolidWorks User Group
Thursday, June 20th - 5:30pm to 9:30pm
I received a text message last week from Susan Miles, it simply said "You are awesome". I suspect it had something to do with a box of goodies for her meeting this week. I love it when SolidWorks user group leaders are happy.
Panama City Beach SolidWorks User Group
Thursday, June 20th - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
User groups are a valuable resource to all members of the SolidWorks community. The ability to network with peers and partners helps your company become more productive. Take the time to find your local user group or if there is not one in your area, look into starting your own. To start your own group, visit the SolidWorks User Group Network website at www.swugn.org