Category: SolidWorks User Groups

  • SWUGN Technical Summit Nashville: Registration is now LIVE!

    Registration is now open for the SWUGN Technical Summit in Nashville, TN on Tuesday May 22, 2007. To register and see all the event details click HERE.  Richard Doyle, Matt Lombard, and “yours truly” are scheduled to be presenters at the event.  As we get closer to the event, the presenter list will grow. This […]

  • Enhancement Requests and the Power of Networking

    One of the questions I ask from time to time at User Group meetings is “How many of you have ever filled out a SolidWorks Enhancement Request?”  On a good night, I might get 20% of the audience with their hand up.  Although the message does get out there quite a bit, I still like […]

  • Matt Speaks….in Huntsville

    Matt Speaks….in Huntsville

    The North Alabama SolidWorks Users Group (NASWUG) started off 2007 with a strong turnout tonight. Matt Lombard was in town to present his Misc. Debris: Tips and Trix SolidWorks 2007 Presentation. We had 33 people at the meeting tonight. (Even with winter weather coming to our area this evening.) Not everyone gets to go to […]

  • 2007 SWUGN Summits Announced

    The SolidWorks User Group Network (SWUGN) today announced the dates and locations for their 2007 Technical Summits. Click HERE to see a complete list of the events. One particular date and location I am excited about is the April 24th Summit in Nashville, TN. Nashville is about an hour and a half drive for most […]

  • 4 New CSWPs in Huntsville!

    There are 4 brand new CSWPs (Certified SolidWorks Professionals)in Alabama this morning.  Four members of the North Alabama SolidWorks User Group (NASWUG) passed their CSWP exam yesterday! Congratulations go out to: Richard Hall Brian McElyea Randy Thomas Michael Langley With these guys getting their certification, we now have 6 CSWPs in our User Group! Great […]

  • Richard Doyle visits Huntsville

    I love user group meetings. The part I love the most about the meetings is seeing the looks of discovery that people have when they learn something new about SolidWorks. Throughout my time as a user group leader and attendee at several user group events I have been fortunate enough to see this many times […]