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March 10, 2011

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Chris Wurtele

We had a great group of users from the Nebraska in attendance, from students to people from industry. I second Drakes comment that users of SolidWorks should attend World every year. There is such a vast knowledge base to utilize at this conference. As a first time attendee, this conference was a great way for me to learn more about the possibilities for design within Solidworks. I hope to be able to attend as many Solid Works World events in the future as I possible. Thanks Drake and Lynnette.

Brian

That was a great inspirational story! I'm lad he got to go. And I agree, everyone who works with SolidWorks should attend at least once.

Maybe SolidWorks could offer a few "scholorships" for students to SWW...have some kind of design competition or something!

It was great seeing you this year, Lynnette!

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