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SWUGN - The SOLIDWORKS User Group Network

Thursday April 27, 2017 at 4:12pm
The annual SWUG (SOLIDWORKS USER GROUP) events are here! Find out more & register here for your place to join the fun! 

SOLIDWORKS EVENTS, May 2017

SWUGN – The SOLIDWORKS User Group Network


What?

Formed in 1999, The SOLIDWORKS User Group Committee aims to bring together a wide network of SOLIDWORKS users alike. From Students, Engineers & Designers, the SWUG is the perfect environment for all likeminded users, experienced with the software or totally new to SOLIDWORKS to collaborate & network whilst sharing knowledge, thoughts and the experience they have with the 3D CAD software.


Why?

The ethos of SWUGN – UK (SOLIDWORKS User Group Network - United Kingdom) is to create a stronger SOLIDWORKS community within the United Kingdom by learning from one another, and ultimately inspiring those who share the aspiration of increasing their company’s productivity with help from peers & partners.


Who?

There are three events hosted within the UK which could prove beneficial, whether you are a current SOLIDWORKS user or you’re potentially interested in becoming one along with joining the worldwide community.


Where & When?

SWUGN London

iMakr Store, 79 Clerkenwell Rd, London

Monday, May 22nd.

This is an event for anyone who uses SOLIDWORKS either as a profession or as a hobby, as well as those who are looking to get into the software.

Evening Schedule:

·         6.00 – 6.15: Refreshments

·         6.15pm – 6.30pm: Welcome and Introductions

·         6.30pm – 7.00pm: Luke Daley – SOLIDWORKS and 3D printing in cosplay

·         7.00pm – 7.15pm: Break

·         7.15pm– 7.45pm: Richard Doyle – Tips and tricks

·         7.45pm – 8.15pm: What’s new in SOLIDWORKS 2018

·         8.15pm – 8.45: iMakr – Who is iMakr?

·         8.45pm – 9:00pm: Raffle, Q&A, General chat


For info, email Kirby Downeylondonswugn@gmail.com

To book, click here.


SWUGN Midlands

Worcester University, St. John’s Campus, Henwick Grove

Wednesday, May 24th.

Evening Schedule:

·         6.00 – 6.15pm: Refreshments

·         6.15pm – 6.30pm: Welcome & Introductions

·         6.30pm – 7.00pm: Tips & Tricks - Richard Doyle from SOLIDWORKS

·         7.00pm – 7.15pm: Break

·         7.15pm– 7.45pm: Presentation 2 (Presenter TBC)

·         7.45pm – 8.15pm: What’s new in SOLIDWORKS 2018

·         8.15pm – 9:00pm: Raffle – SOLIDWORKS Goodies & Sponsored prizes, Q&A, General discussions.


For info, email Luke Frost: midlandsswug@gmail.com

To book, click here.

 

SWUGN NorthWest

  Liverpool John Moores University, James Parsons Building, Byrom St.

Thursday, May 25th.

Collaboration with the annual LJMU Design Show. Our annual event at LJMU is a great opportunity to meet this year’s graduates before they join the industry as professionals.

Evening Schedule:

·         Ian Pilkington – SOLIDWORKS World 2017 – What to expect

·         Richard Doyle – SOLIDWORKS Tip and Tricks

·         Craig Checkley – Intro to KeyShot

·         More TBC

For info, email Adam Green: info@swugnw.uk

To book, click here.



Find out more on the SWUGN @ SOLIDWORKS: http://www.swugn.org/swugn/about.html


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