EMSWUG Meeting – September 2013

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EMSWUG Meeting
Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Fanuc Robotics America
3900 W Hamlin Rd.
Rochester Hills, MI 48309-3253

5:00 – Doors open
5:00 – 6:00  Food served
6:00 – 7:15  “Using the SW Mold Tools” by Rodney Harper, FISHER/UNITECH.
7:15 – 7:45  Break
7:45 – 8:45  “Using SW SimulationXpress” by Shaun Bentley, DASI Solutions
8:45 – 9:00  Give aways & wrap up

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DASI Solutions Blog Has Moved

The DASI Solutions Blog has a new home!
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Date: Monday, April 5th
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Ready to Upgrade your 3D Printer? Up to $80,000 in trade-in credit from Objet!

Objet Geometries and DASI Solutions are pleased to announce our 3D printer trade-in program that allows organizations to upgrade their SLA, Z-Corp, Dimension or other rapid prototyping machines to one of Objet’s state-of-the-art systems. Participants in the program can receive up to $80,000 in trade-in value for their current rapid prototyping machine.

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Changes to DWGgateway, DWGviewer, and DWGnavigator

Effective March 2, 2010
From Aaron Kelly, General Manager, Service Innovation, DS SolidWorks Corp

1)  The DWGgateway product will be retired.  All DWGgateway global web sites will be re-directed to www.solidworks.com until the sites expire.

2)  The eDrawings Viewer product will no longer be referred to as DWGviewer.  DS SolidWorks will continue to actively promote the eDrawings product brand, but the DWGseries web sites will be re-directed to www.solidworks.com until the sites expire.

3)  The DWGnavigator product will be retired.  All of the functionality in this product can now be found in our free SolidWorks Explorer product.  The DWGnavigator website has recently expired.

Lunch with DASI Tech Tip Webinar

Did you know that every seat of SolidWorks contains a tool called FloXpress to help designers become more aware of possible fluid flow or heat transfer problems? Join our webinar to learn more about Flow simulation and how to start applying the tools.

This short 60 minute webinar will cover how to use the FloXpress tools built inside of every SolidWorks license, as well as provide an overview as to the capabilities of full Flow Simulation. There will also be time for questions and answers following the presentation. With Flow Simulation you can simulate liquid and gas flow in real world conditions, run “what if” scenarios, and quickly analyze the effects of fluid flow, heat transfer, and related forces on immersed or surrounding components.

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Time:  12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

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Northern Indiana SolidWorks User Group Meeting!!

February 23 at 5pm at the Comfort Suites, Elkhart, IN
Food provided:)

Agenda: Planning a CAD File System – Gene Perry NA-IPS
Managing Drawing Templates – Paul Kellner
SWW2010 Report – Peggy Frantz – Flaktwoods

More info check out http://niswug.org/


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