There are SOLIDWORKS User Groups (SWUG) all over the world. In the UK there are just two groups, one in London and one in the North of England.
SWUG meetings are set up by users, for users.
The aim of the meetings is for attendees to learn, share ideas, get inspired and make better connections amongst a network of local SOLIDWORKS users.
Warrington is a town with a deep industrial heritage and there is still a lot of industry in the town today. Many manufacturers in the area will use the SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD package and this is a great opportunity for those users to get to know each other.
The theme of the meeting on the 3rd of December is the Importance of SOLIDWORKS in the Northern Powerhouse.
Local wire manufacturer, Locker Group, will be presenting at the meeting about how they use SOLIDWORKS.
Solid Solutions, a local SOLIDWORKS reseller, who provide training and support for the software, will be supporting the meeting and presenting about the new features that have been added in the latest software release, SOLIDWORKS 2019.
There will also be a presentation about Gillette’s personalised 3D printed razor handles to explore how SOLIDWORKS works with 3D printing, a technology that is growing rapidly.
The meeting is free to attend, food and refreshments are provided and there will also be a Christmas quiz with great prizes to be won.
Monday, 3rd December, 5pm-8pm at DriveWorks, The Barley Store, Laskey Lane, Thelwall, WA4 2TF.
DriveWorks Ltd are providing the meeting space free of charge to encourage local SOLIDWORKS users to get together, learn and help each other.
DriveWorks is a SOLIDWORKS Gold Partner product and has been working alongside SOLIDWORKS for over 18 years. DriveWorks provide free design automation software, DriveWorksXpress, to help SOLIDWORKS engineers work smarter.
Glen Smith, CEO of DriveWorks Ltd presents at last year December’s meeting.