Be Part of the Onshape User Community

Take Your Product Design Skills to the Next Level

Onshape User Group meetings provide a casual way to improve your design skills, challenge your assumptions, informally network with industry peers, learn best practices from innovative companies, and socialize with new friends. Some meetings may include an Onshape expert on the agenda, giving members the inside scoop on future developments and a chance to share their feedback.

Onshape User Group meetings are held online. This gives you the opportunity to attend
multiple meetings hosted by our User Group Advisory board members around the world.

Educator's Onshape User Group Thu Mar 23rd 12:30pm EDT/7:30pm GMT
Professional Onshape User Group Thu Mar 23rd 4:00pm CDT/5:00pm EDT
Professional Onshape User Group - German Thu Apr 6th 10:30am EDT/16:30 CET
Professional Onshape User Group Thu Apr 6th 9:00am PDT/12:00pm EDT
Student Onshape User Group Tue Apr 11th 4:00pm PDT/7:00pm EDT
Women Who CAD Onshape User Group Tue Apr 25th 9:00am PDT/12:00pm EST
Onshape User Group for Start-Ups Thu Apr 27th 9:00am PDT/12:00pm EST

Onshape User Group Coordinator Richard Doyle has been supporting the CAD Community for more than 20 years. Listen to what he has to say about user groups and how they changed his career and his life.

"“Online meetings reach more people, allow for better sharing, and are easy to attend. All we've lost is the handshake.” "

Richard Doyle
Onshape User Group Coordinator ,

""It's a real pleasure to be able to gather users from such diverse industries to exchange valuable insights and ideas!""

David Parker
Seattle User Group Leader,

How do I get involved?

It's easy. Simply click the calendar entry for any meeting you would like to attend and then register. Meetings are held nearly every week in various time zones using Zoom. If you would like to become a presenter, drop us a line at

What happens at an Onshape User Group meeting?

Technical content, networking, and attendee participation are all things you can expect to see at a meeting. Online meetings provide the opportunity to share your Onshape designs with fellow designers and engineers, gather input or get help solving challenges. Every meeting ends with a robust Q&A.