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JCR. 2020; 7(2): 162-166


CAD SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS IN THE TRAINING OF SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Rustem Zalilov, Elena Reshetnikova, Irina Savelyeva,Ekaterina Svistunova,Maksim Rebezov, Andrey Goncharov, Stepan Krasnikov, Svetlana Nikolaeva, Elena Odinokova.

Abstract
Modern professional standards in the field of engineering and computer graphics and industrial enterprises require from young specialists not only high level of technical training, but also confident use of modern computer-aided design systems in their work. In standards the changes demanding creation of the design documentation on the basis of three-dimensional models of a product are included.Three-dimensional modeling has become a benchmark for the supply of demonstration materials in the field of mechanical engineering. Computer graphics today has the tools to create almost any object, and for designers to reveal their creative and professional abilities. The article considers a complex approach to the preparation of graduates of specialty 15.05.01 "Design of technological machines and complexes" on the basis of the Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after G.I.Nosov with the use of computer graphics and integration into the educational process of various computer-aided design systems: KOMPAS-3D, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, APM WinMachine.

Key words: Computer Graphics, CAD Systems, 3D Modeling, CAD Engineering Design, Integrated Approach, Design of Technological Machines and Complexes.



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