Archive for May, 2011

Solidworks Classes at Saddleback College

Posted: 28th May 2011 by rglen3 in General

I am new to Saddleback College and will be offering Solidworks classes here at the Mission Viejo Campus. This summer there is a beginning Solidworks class that starts June 20th from 4-7 pm Monday thru Thursday. In the fall There will also be a beginning class as well as a GD&T class using solidworks. Next […]

Next Meeting will be on 5/26/2011

Posted: 10th May 2011 by Gabriel Corbett - OCSWUG Group Leader in General

ATEP Classes

Posted: 10th May 2011 by Gabriel Corbett - OCSWUG Group Leader in General

Check out the new classes at ATEP

Fish Mouth

Posted: 10th May 2011 by Gabriel Corbett - OCSWUG Group Leader in General

SolidWorks Training

Posted: 10th May 2011 by steveaquatech in General

Can anyone tell me where to go for good SolidWorks training in a classroom environment? I want to learn more on advanced assembly mates/references as well as motion etc. I live in Huntington Beach.

Mechanical engineering project

Posted: 10th May 2011 by AnDesignLab in General

I have an upcoming project that will require some engineering that it a bit beyond my current reach. The overall product is a baseball pitching machine that can shoot balls in many directions with the use of actuators/ robotics to control the ball shooter. Looking for someone that can possibly put in 10 to 15 […]

saving a solidworks sheet metal drawing to autocad

Posted: 10th May 2011 by gtsuperbee in General

when i do a save as autocad dwg in solidworks with a sheet metal model, it saves it as a flat pattern only. i need the 3-d solid model saved. can u help?

Consulting Opportunity

Posted: 10th May 2011 by Glenn Morimoto in General

My name is Glenn Morimoto with Spinofix Inc. We’re an early stage medical device company in the spine sector located in Irvine, CA and currently seeking an experienced solidwork user with medical device back ground in the orthopedics and/or spine industry experience to consult for us. If you are interested, please contact me at […]

Annoying inventor has an annoying project…

Posted: 10th May 2011 by Jack Kelly in General

I’ve had the good fortune to have designed and patented some neat software technologies that have done really well. That said, this is my first experience with prototyping my own 3D designs. I’ve got some very simple concepts for kitchenware and utensils. I’ve hand-built models that work great. Now it’s time to load them into […]

PDMWorks Analyst position in Houston, TX

Posted: 10th May 2011 by mallory in General

I wanted to let you know about an EPDM/SolidWorks opportunity I am working on in Houston, TX. (This is a permanent role). Our client is seeking a PDMWorks Analyst to manage SolidWorks and Enterprise PDMWorks (EPDM) support issues. This position will entail working with the users in the setup of PDMWorks vaults, development/modifications of workflows, […]