"Open Mind just had it's first in five webinar's covering the new features in the 2009.2 release of Hypermill."
These webinar's should be saved and made available for anyone to download and view.
"I am excited to see the the rest of the presentations."
I'd like to see all of them as well but I can't be on-line when they are held.
"And secondly; If the very existence of these webinar's and the group of people behind them were made know to our forum, it would help sell Hypermill. It would reinforce the fact that Open Mind has a presence here in the states. I have friends that have attempted to evaluated Hypermill and come back to me and said well where is the on-line presence."
I also have had the same reaction from shop owners I have mentioned Hypermill to.
"I know Openmind is scared to death of this forum, just look back through all the posts here, the attitude has always been " lets take this conversation off line!" That is the wrong way to create an on-line presence."
Agree strongly. Openmind isn't the only CAM company who has this problem.
"I know what you are thinking, what about the trolls? Well, we are in a unique position here to delete the trolls right off the face of our forum. I will not stand for it and neither would anybody else that wants to promote this forum."
Trolls are only a problem when your product has serious flaws. I don't believe this is the case with Hypermill at this point.