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San Diego SolidWorks User Group
Come and compare notes with other highly skilled users, see the latest in SolidWorks software and applications, bring your requests for enhancements and participate in open discussions with the growing number of SolidWorks users.
Every second Wednesday of the month at 7pm, join us for the San Diego SolidWorks User Group. This monthly meeting is run by users and topics cover a wide range of subjects relating to SolidWorks. Recent topics have included users showing off projects that involved SolidWorks, advanced surfacing techniques, optimizing Windows, plastic part design, file management, sheet metal tricks, spline creation and control, user interface streamlining, and hardware selection/issues. Topics are covered based on what the group wants too see and learn about. Frequently, the group is polled on what they care to see, what they want to see again and what they want to learn more about. Also, if a file or project is getting the best of you and you would like some help or a second opinion, just show up with it on disc and the group is always more than happy to help.
To remind you that the meeting is upcoming, an announcement is emailed the day before the meeting as a courtesy heads-up. The announcement is also sent to notify you of the upcoming topics and speakers. If you are a sheet metal guy, there may be little benefit to you in attending a surfacing meeting. But, frequently we get way off topic or a question is posed that gets us to touch on something hardly related to the subject at hand. Which is to say: there’s always something new and informative no matter what your skill level or expertise. A recap is also emailed to help you retain some of what you learned, help remember names, get contact information of speakers, and if you were absent, let you know what you missed.
The group is a great place to network with other users including SW veterans, niche experts, consultants, manufacturers, tech support specialists, and instructors. In addition, meetings are very low key, comfortable, friendly, and fun. This environment makes for easy questioning, easy sharing, and insight into working with SolidWorks as a tool. You’re invited to join us in learning more about the software