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After doing a search of the Stack Exchange sites, I couldn't find one for Engineers (Mechanical/Civil) using modeling software like SolidWorks. I believe that this would be a very valuable site for a very large community.

If one exists, please direct me there. Otherwise, please consider creating a new site for this expert audience.

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Nice, a fellow SW user :)

It's probably OK for Super User, their FAQ mentions "Computer Software"; however you're unlikely to get an answer there because there are few SolidWorks users on Super User.

There also is a beta Engineering Stack Exchange site. The site is relatively new, but there is a SolidWorks tag.

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The graphic design SE seems to have a SW tag:

http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/solidworks

But the SW forums are probably the best place:

https://forum.solidworks.com/welcome

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