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Access Insightful Sessions at Engineer 3D! Training + Technology Conference

GSC will hold its biennial Engineer 3D! Training + Technology Conference on October 2-3, 2019, at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, WI.

Engineer 3D!, the largest 3D engineering technology conference in the Midwest, has a jam-packed agenda with a 50+ educational sessions and hands-on workshops spanning across 6 solution tracks: Mechanical Design, 3D Printing, Simulation, Electrical Design, Product Data Management (PDM), and Communications. 

In-Depth SOLIDWORKS Training, Innovative Engineering Technology, & More...

The two-day event regularly attracts more than 500 engineers and technology leaders seeking to grow their SOLIDWORKS skills, 3D printing and engineering knowledge through in-depth training sessions, innovative engineering technology exhibits, and more. In addition to the streamlined tracks, attendees can customize their individual agendas based on to their training needs and goals.

“We strive to provide the most relevant, useful content, which is why we’ve created an agenda that will appeal to numerous experience levels and specialties,” said David Kasinskas, GSC President & CEO. “This year we’ve expanded the 3D printing track that will cover the latest innovations in additive and how it is currently shaping manufacturing.”

In addition to the extensive educational sessions, keynote speakers from leading companies will share their engineering best practices as part of the event’s general sessions. Attendees will also have a chance to network during a welcome reception and social event on Wednesday evening, as well as meet one-on-one with technology experts and GSC’s world-class instructors throughout the event. 

“Engineer 3D! is a great place to learn about a wide variety of topics from beginner to advanced, general to specific,” said John Setzer, GSC Training Product Manager. “It’s also a great value for the training you receive – we’ve easily packed a week’s worth of training into just two days.”

Register by 5/31/19 to Save $100!

Attendees can save $100 on their admission by registering before the early-bird pricing expires on May 31, 2019. For more information or to register, visit