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Title: Creating a 3D model mode
Authors: Radyk, Dmytro
Vasylkiv, Vasyl
Danylchenko, Larysa
Радик, Дмитро Леонідович
Васильків, Василь Васильович
Данильченко, Лариса Миколаївна
Affiliation: Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Ternopil, Ukraine
Тернопільський національний технічний університет імені Івана Пулюя
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Creating a 3D model mode. Study guides to lab classes № 4 of “CAM and САЕ Systems of Machine Building Production“ subject. Editors: Vasylkiv V., Danylchenko L., Radyk D. – Ternopil: Ternopil Ivan Pul’uj National Technical University named after Ivan Pul'uj, 2021.– 40 р.
Issue Date: 2021
Submitted date: 2021
Date of entry: 20-Mar-2023
Publisher: Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Department of Mechanical Engineering Technologies
Country (code): UA
Place of the edition/event: Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Department of Mechanical Engineering Technologies
Committee members: Zolotyi, Roman
Number of pages: 40
Abstract: Mastering the basic commands and principles in creating three-dimensional models using simple examples, steps in the modeling process and acquisition of practical skills for their implementation.
Description: Study guides were developed according to the educational-professional program of applicant training of first (bachelor of science) level of higher education majoring in 131 “Mechanical Engineering”.
Content: 1. Goals 2. Theoretical Information 3. The Order of Lab Work 4. Report Structure 5. Checklist Task 1 Task 2
Copyright owner: © Radyk Dmytro, 2021
© Vasylkiv Vasyl, 2021
© Danylchenko Larysa, 2021
Content type: Laboratory Instructions
Appears in Collections:Навчальна література кафедри інжинірингу машинобудівних технологій

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