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My SolidWorks World Sessions - Day 3, 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Mon, 01/25/2010 - 5:54am
Richard Doyle's Community Blog

Can you believe it, only one more session after this one.  By now a lot of folks are experiencing information overload, but are excited to pick up a few more tidbits of information before heading home.  You might be disappointed that it's almost over, but you won't be disappointed by the choices here.

Using SolidWorks to Harness the Sun
Elise Moss, Moss Designs

Elise has been presenting at SolidWorks World for a few years now, and always comes up with something a little different.  This year she'll show you how SolidWorks was used to develop solar modules.  You can expect to pick up some tips and tricks, as well as a few SolidWorks "Best Practices".

Cash Cow? Yes, Using SolidWorks
Bill Casnovsky, Caz Dezign

Can you make money using SolidWorks in a down economy?  According to Bill, you sure can.  He should know too, having run his own successful design company for many years.  This session will show how a very unique product was developed using a variety of SolidWorks tools and functionality, and eventually brought to market.

SolidWorks Clinic: Is the Doctor In?
Mark Biasotti, SolidWorks Corporation

This is a very special Hands-on session, with Mark leading a group of highly skilled SolidWorks users to help with your questions about particular SolidWorks functionality or difficult modeling challenges.  The list of co-presenters reads like a who's-who of the SolidWorks Community.  If anyone can help you, they can.

Leveraging the SolidWorks Customer Portal, Community Forums, and the Knowledge Base
Greg Jankowski, SolidWorks Corporation

Based on my informal polling at user group meetings, MOST SolidWorks users aren't taking advantage of the resources out there.  From the "Knowledge Base" to the forums, this session will show you how and where to find answers to common questions about SolidWorks products.

By now your notepads are filled with page after page of notes, and you're hoping to fill the last few pages with good stuff.  You won't be disappointed.

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