2009 North Eastern SolidWorks User Conference

neswuc-2009Registration is now open for the 2009 North Eastern SolidWorks User Conference (NESWUC).  Aside from SolidWorks World this will be the largest SolidWorks user conference in North America.  NESWUC 2009 is a one day event taking place on Friday, October 16th at the Westford Regency in Westford, MA.

Building on the HUGE success of NESWUC 2008, the organizers  have put together another great meeting for 2009.  Here’s what you can expect to find.

Technical Sessions:
There will be (4) 90 minute tech session time slots with (6) different topics to choose from in each time slot.  That’s a total of (24) tech sessions!  With this many sessions to choose from every attendee should be able to find a number of tech topics they are interested in.  Sessions will be given by SolidWorks employees, VAR Application Engineers and power users.  I’ll be there giving the PhotoWorks and PhotoView 360 sessions.

Developer Sessions:
There will be (4) 90 minute developer sessions where attendees will have the opportunity to interact directly with SolidWorks software developers.

Special Presentation:
The final presentation of the day will be a 75 minute session covering a topic everyone should be interested in.  I can’t mention it here but if you attended NESWUC 2008 you already have a good idea what it will cover.

Product Showcase:
There will be a number of partner product vendors on display at NESWUC 2009.  Categories include but are not limited too, reverse engineering, 3D printing, inspection, training, CAD/CAM, Design Services, Job Placement, and Sheetmetal.

This event is expected to draw in excess of 300 people.  You’ll be meeting SolidWorks users from various industries as well as SolidWorks employees, partner product vendors, user group leaders and others with a passion for design and engineering.

Of course a continental breakfast and full lunch buffet are provided.

There will also be some great prize giveaways and I’m sure there are a couple more surprises that will happen throughout the day.

All this for only $55 dollars if you register before October 2nd.  If you’re looking to expand your SolidWorks knowledge and networking you’ll definitely want to attend this event.

Posted on September 12, 2009 in SolidWorks Events I'll Be Attending, Solidworks Learning Resources

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