Join the Digital Manufacturing User Group and connect with peers in industry in your area

Meet like-minded professionals in the Midwest at Putman Media's first after-hours networking event.

Putman Media is pleased to introduce the Digital Manufacturing User Group, a community of industrial professionals interested in IIoT, smart devices, and how technology is changing the world of maintenance and manufacturing. The group, hosted through social site Meetup, allows members to talk with members of the Plant Services team, interact with professionals in their area, and attend a new series of after-work events.

These casual networking get-togethers offer manufacturing and industry professionals the chance to enjoy conversation and a cold beverage with their peers. The first event will take place March 7 from 6–8 p.m. at Granite City in Schaumburg, IL, and will be hosted by Plant Services and Smart Industry editors. If you'd like to attend, just join the Digital Manufacturing User Group on Meetup and RSVP for the event.

Questions? Check out this FAQ:

What is Meetup?
Meetup is an online networking service that helps people organize events, create communities, and find individuals with similar interests.

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How do I sign up for Meetup?
Visit www.meetup.com and click the "sign up" link in the upper right corner. All you need to create an account is your name, a valid email address, and a password.

Does it cost anything to attend the event?
No. The Digital Manufacturing User Group events are free.

What if I can't attend an event?
If you are unable to attend the event, you can still join the Digital Manufacturing User Group and we will contact you with information about other upcoming events.

Click here to learn more about the event and to join the Digital Manufacturing User Group on Meetup.

 

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