The North Alabama SOLIDWORKS Users Group (NASWUG) is proud to announce our July 2015 NASWUG meeting. The meeting will be held Thursday, July 23, 2015 from 5:15pm to 8:00pm at the Dynetics Solution Complex.
Please join us as some of our regular users answer the call for presentations for some special prizes! Here is the line-up:
- Bill Beam will demonstrate his own design of a metal stamping die to form a pilot hood for a gas furnace.
- Robert Conklin will demonstrate weldments by showing a current design of a conduction-cooled electronics enclosure.
- Randal Holt will show off a model of a MakerBot Replicator 2X he made for a college project, including a Photoview 360 rendering and animation. He will talk about some of the features used and how he created custom appearances and decals, as well as some of the frustrations of using SOLIDWORKS for animation.
And speaking of Photoview 360… It is a coincidence that following the user presentation contest, Matt Lyle, Application Engineer at Concepts In Production, will give a short photo-rendering presentation and be able to answer any rendering questions you may have.
Dinner will be provided and door prizes will be given away at the conclusion of the event.
Please click here to RSVP. Please note that you do not have to print a ticket for entry, there will be a sign-in sheet to record attendance.
Don’t miss your opportunity to network with fellow SOLIDWORKS users, gain valuable information, and eat free food!
Ricky Jordan Co-Leader NASWUG
Brian McElyea Co-Leader NASWUG