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SOLIDWORKS User Group Spotlight: Northern Utah

Supporting the SOLIDWORKS Community

With the support of our resellers, customers and partners, we have attended SWUG meetings, provided sponsorship and helped group leaders to find presenters with interesting presentations since 2015.

Over the years we have supported lots of group meetings by attending as SOLIDWORKS users ourselves, presenting on a technical topic or providing prizes and giveaways.

We love being a part of the SOLIDWORKS community and working with an amazing network of users.

As part of our role in the community, we wanted to put a spotlight on just some of the user groups across this network and showcase their dedication.

Join us as we shine a spotlight on SOLIDWORKS user groups and their leaders.

SWUG Spotlight

This week we are putting a spotlight on Northern UtahSWUG

User Group: Northern Utah SOLIDWORKS User Group (NUSWUG)

Group Leader: Chad Clarke

When was your group established?

Why did you choose to become a user group leader?
Attended SOLIDWORKS World in 2008

What is your goal as a user group leader?
NUSWUG is a group to link SOLIDWORKS professionals in the Greater Salt Lake Area, to share tips-n-tricks and best practices using SOLIDWORKS and to connect engineering and design professionals.

Who inspires you?
Those who volunteer to present at User Groups.

What is your fondest memory of your group?
Members thanking me for running the group because they found the best job of their career networking at user group meetings.

What advice would you give to anyone interested in starting a user group?
The benefits far outweigh the time commitment.

What’s the best piece of advice you have been given?
Its about the community.

How can people learn more about your group?
Attend a meeting!

Follow Northern Utah SWUG for the latest information on meetings and more

Would you like your user group to be featured?

If you are a SWUG leader and would like your user group to be featured in this series – get in touch!

Please email Heather Hasz at