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Nataliia Haidar
Ganna Zavolodko
Pavlo Pustovoitov


The subject of the review is methodology of the subsystem verification and printing 3 D -model online learning system mixed type. To do this, a review of analogues, technologies, stages of printing were identified. Due to the development of technology, the educational process is being transformed. Education uses blended learning, part of which is distance learning. The object of research is use of additive technologies, which can make the learning process more motivating. Thus, if in distance education there is an opportunity to develop a 3D model online, check it for fidelity, send the model to print, it optimizes the learning process. The aim is to design with IP topics that uses the additive technologies in the educational process. Methods used:  IDEF- diagram describing the function of the system; authentication rules, verification of 3 D models, sending the model to print, selecting a device online, and basic screen forms. Conclusions. The development of innovative thinking in higher education students should become a priority of modern higher education, and the introduction of new elements in modern education is inevitable. And given the development of 3D printing technologies, additive technologies are the most promising for the use of visualization in online and mixed teaching.

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Haidar, N., Zavolodko, G., & Pustovoitov, P. (2022). PROCESS OF 3D PRINTING IN ONLINE EDUCATION. Advanced Information Systems, 6(1), 114–117.
Applied problems of information systems operation
Author Biographies

Nataliia Haidar, National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute", Kharkiv, Ukraine


Ganna Zavolodko, National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute", Kharkiv, Ukraine

Candidate of Technical Sciences, associate professor of departments ”Information system"

Pavlo Pustovoitov, National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute", Kharkiv, Ukraine

Candidate of Technical Sciences, professor, head of departments ”Information system”


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