– Do you struggle to create freeform/organic shapes with SolidWorks?
– Do you avoid making changes to surface features because the resulting solid body will not rebuild correctly without a lot of time consuming rework?
– Do you have difficulty creating aesthetically pleasing “Class A” surfaces with tangent and curvature continuity?
– Are you forced to utilize software other than Soldiworks for Industrial Design part of your product design?
– Do you need to import polygonal objects created outside of SolidWorks?
IntegrityWare, Inc. will be introducing its new Power Surfacing plugin for SolidWorks at SolidWorks World 2013. The team will also host a break out session to show you how to create organic free form surfaces with Power Surfacing. Visit booth #1012 in the Partner Pavilion..
Join thousands of users from around the world to:
- Learn: Choose from over 200 technical breakout sessions led by SolidWorks users and industry experts.
- Network: Meet other SolidWorks users, Solution Partners, resellers, and SolidWorks employees.
- Explore: Discover products and services from SolidWorks Partners that can help you tackle just about any design, engineering, and manufacturing challenge.
If you are first timer to SWW check this as “Why you should attend“. The new SWW 2013 website will give you all the required details like Agenda, Location details (for checking near by hotels and the surrounding areas), registration, etc.
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Another reason to be there: Get SolidWorks Certified at no charge!
When you register to attend SolidWorks World 2013 you get the opportunity to take a Certified SolidWorks Professional exam alongside other SolidWorks users—at no charge!
Get three registrations when you pay for two. On top of it if you are a CSWP/CSWE then add another $100 as discount to your conference pass. That’s a nice chunk of discounts. Get all fees details here
Visit www.solidworks.com/sww for the latest information about this exciting event.
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Please note: All individuals will be required to show proof of identification prior to collecting their badge and registration materials. Attendees must be 21 years or older to attend SolidWorks World 2013. Also residents of some countries may require a visa to enter the United States.