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Graphics Systems Corp (GSC), a provider of 3D engineering solutions and services, announces a partnership with BizTimes Media for the 2015 Manufacturing Summit in Milwaukee, WI. The event, held on October 7th from 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM at the Wisconsin State Exposition Center, brings together top executives of the region’s leading manufacturers to discuss strategies and current trends in the manufacturing industry.

The theme for this year’s event is “Riding the Ups and Downs of the ‘New Normal’” where participants will learn how to manage the ebb and flow of business with shortened lead times, increased demand, and doing less with more. GSC will provide expertise in this topic by hosting two roundtable sessions, “3D Printing in Manufacturing” and “Eliminating Waste from the Product Development Process.” Attendees may register for three 25-minute roundtables at

“The Manufacturing Summit is a great opportunity for business leaders and manufacturers in Wisconsin to come together and share experiences and best practices,” says Dave Kasinskas, president of GSC. “We have a unique perspective in that we work closely with manufacturers in all industries and really understand their business challenges. We’re very excited to be part of this event and to provide our experience and knowledge in these areas.”

Following the Manufacturing Summit, GSC’s 3D printing experts will be presenting a seminar titled “3D Printing for Manufacturing Applications” at the BMO Harris Main Stage at the Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show. The presentation begins at 11:00 AM and explores how 3D printers and production systems use additive manufacturing technology to change product development and manufacturing. Attendees will also learn how to incorporate this technology onto the manufacturing floor.

Following the seminar, attendees are encouraged to stop by the GSC booth, #128, to see the latest in 3D engineering and 3D printing technology and to speak to GSC’s technical experts.

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Graphics Systems Corp. announces the Graphics Systems User Conference & SolidWorks 2012 Premiere held October 25-26, 2011 at the Grand Geneva Resort in Lake Geneva, WI. This two-day engineering technology event contains over 50 in-depth training sessions delivered by expert engineers and instructors. Focusing on 3D engineering solutions from Dassault Systémes SolidWorks, this unique conference addresses the everyday issues manufacturing companies face including: product design, data management and process control, product testing and simulation, technical documentation, and employee management.

This year Graphics Systems plans to expand on the overwhelming success of their 2010 conference, which had over 300 attendees. “The success of last year’s event showed us the importance of this information and technology to the success of our customers. We believe this so strongly that we increased the value of the conference this year, adding 40% more sessions, an expanded management track, and more sessions lead by our customers,” stated Dave Kasinskas, President of Graphics Systems Corp.

In addition to the technical and management sessions at the conference, Graphics Systems is also teaming with SolidWorks to unveil the newest features in their SolidWorks 3D CAD software. The “Premiere of SolidWorks 2012” will be presented by Graphics Systems’ Jeff Setzer, SolidWorks Product Manager, and SolidWorks team members Richard Doyle, User Community Manager, and Jeff Osman, Area Technical Manager.

Setzer states, “The support for this year's conference from SolidWorks and the engineering community is unprecedented. This is the 20th release of SolidWorks I’ve had the privilege to introduce to our customers, and we’re excited to have Richard [Doyle] and Jeff [Osman] offer their insight into the new features in SolidWorks 2012.”

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