Los Angeles SolidWorks User Group (LASWUG)

Los Angeles SolidWorks User Group (LASWUG)

Tuesday September 30, 2003

You can arrive as early as 5:30pm Food will be served at 6:00pm Meeting will begin at 7:00pm

Santa Monica Elks Lodge

1040 Pico Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90405


Since this is our first meeting, we will begin with charter stuff, recruitment and asking for volunteers, etc. to keep this going as a regular event.

Greg Jankowski will give a sneak-peek of his SolidWorks World 2004 Presentation "SolidWorks in the Design Environment". Greg Jankowski is the Customer Satisfaction Manager at SolidWorks Corporation. Greg is a veteran in the CAD industry with experience using SolidWorks, ProEngineer, and Computervision CAD systems in a variety of mechanical design, application engineering, and developmental positions. Greg was the Principal at CIMCo, a SolidWorks Solution Partner since SolidWorks 95. He authored the book "SolidWorks for AutoCAD Users", the e-book (electronic) "Exploring SolidWorks", and was the author and developer of the SolidWorks Workstation benchmark.

This will be followed by a session of "Ask the experts Q&A" (if we can find some experts).

We have SolidWorks logo items to give away

Dues for this first meeting will be $10, and this will cover sandwiches, refreshments, and hours of useful SolidWorks information.

Please RSVP to Phil Sluder at (619) 460-0216 or snipped-for-privacy@triaxialdesign.com

Thank you,

Phil Sluder | Mechanical Engineer TriAxial Design and Analysis | 4817 Palm Avenue Suite K | La Mesa | CA | 91941 Office 619.460.0216 | Mobile 619.787.8725 | Fax 619.460.0902

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Greg did the presentation that you mention below at a user group last night in Richmond, IN. A very good presentation that all users of SolidWorks could benefit from. Greg Jankowski working for SolidWorks is a very good thing.

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