SWUGN North West Meeting at Canon, Birchwood

Monday August 24, 2015 at 2:35pm
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SWUGN North West Meeting at Canon, Birchwood

Adam Green, leader of the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network, North West, take his next meeting to Canon's offices in Birchwood. Adam has been gaining a lot of momentum with his User Group Network and has attracted some great guest presenters as well as presence from the reseller network.

To make the event extra special Canon are hosting an exclusive 3D printing competition for our members. Matt Lawrence (CSWP and CSWE) will be sharing with us some of his most recent SOLIDWORKS projects as well as passing on his tips and answering your questions.

Matt has been a member of our group since we started in December 2014 and this is his first SWUGN presentation. The second presentation will be from our hosts Canon. They will giving us some insight in to the different 3D printing technologies available and how to model to get the best result.

As always there will be an opportunity to have a chat with other members, partners and SOLIDWORKS AE's throughout the meeting. We welcome group discussions and hope that it encourages learning and sharing! Free food and drinks will be served and we will finish the meeting with some sponsored give away prizes.

When

3rd September 2015, the doors open from 16:30 until 19:30

Where

Lingley House
120 Birchwood Boulevard
Warrington
Cheshire
WA3 7QH
Don't miss out, membership is FREE.

 

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