My SWW16 Agenda: Sheet Metal – Everything You Need to Know with Cami Florence

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One of my favorite parts of SOLIDWORKS World each year is deciding on my objectives and choosing my sessions. And my backup sessions. And my backup backup sessions. This year, I thought I’d share with you some of the sessions I chose and why.

One of the sessions I chose will be given by first-time SOLIDWORKS World presenter, Cami Florence. Why go with a first-timer? Because she’s awesome. Cami’s known in some tech support circles as the “sheet metal goddess”, and I’ve heard on more than one occasion that her presentation skills are top-notch. She’ll review new and enhanced features in SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal from the last few years, as well as provide a more in-depth look at: Gauge and Bend tables, Custom Properties, and Costing. This session is designed for users just starting out with Sheet Metal and will also cover some best practices. Cami works full-time as a Senior Support Engineer with SOLIDWORKS reseller Fisher Unitech, so she’s no stranger to answering your questions. Come ready to ask and eager to learn!

Sheet Metal with Cami Florence

I’m certain Cami will give you an entertaining and informative introduction to SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal. If you ask nicely, she might even tell you a joke or two! Be sure to check out her Sheet Metal—Everything You Wanted to Know and More presentation on Tuesday from 1:30pm-2:30pm! Until then, you can check out presentations from previous years over on the SOLIDWORKS World Proceedings Site.

Is there a session on the agenda you think everyone should see? Let me know which one and why and I’ll let everyone know! Email me at As always, thanks for reading! See you in Dallas!

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