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    Children's Book for 3D Printing

    Hello Fellow 3D Education Experts,

    Does teaching children about the potential of 3D printing and getting them excited about it, mean something to you?


    I am very happy to share with everyone a book that I have written for children specifically on the topic of 3D printing titled, "Pablo The Printer: Adventures In Making The Future".

    It is aimed towards younger kids around the middle school level. Pablo The Printer teaches children the value and potential effects of technology. We all know that 3D printing is capable of miraculous things, but what happens if the technology is used for bad? I believe that 3D printing is going to change the face of global manufacturing and it is our duty to influence the next generation of engineers, scientists and makers to use the technology for good. Like all things in life and the ideas that come, 3D printing should be treated with love & respect.

    You can feel free to check out Pablo The Printer here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0J6C9P

    The paperback version should be fully ready by the end of the week (and the audible edition is currently in production).

    Cheers,
    Jeff

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    looks interesting. Though sounds like it gives unrealistic expectations of 3d printers.

    Love some of the reviews by (I assume) relatives ;-)
    eff Ito is the reason why 3D Printing is growing so fast, from his first best 3D Printing seller that Amazon took on and advertised as the main book for 3D Printing, Jeff is now empowering the youngest minds to see the wave of the 3D Printing Revolution.
    lol
    Your website is pretty good. Though having a forum that can't be accessed by non-members, probably not that great an idea.

    Good luck with the book :-)

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    Thank you for the valuable feedback curious aardvark!

    I'd say the 3D printer has got to be magical if it's going to be believable for children
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    Great book for kids to read and learn about 3D printing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    looks interesting. Though sounds like it gives unrealistic expectations of 3d printers. Love some of the reviews by (I assume) relatives ;-) lol Your website is pretty good. Though having a forum that can't be accessed by non-members, probably not that great an idea. Good luck with the book :-)
    3D printing is an industry about which there is not a lot of information in the public domain. because 3d printing is developing now. Children know about 3d printing even less. So your idea of creating a children's book is excellent. But in order to create a book, you need to fill it with text. If you will train to write small pieces of text with the lab report writing service PapersOwl UK, then soon you will be able to write a large text for your book. I wish you good luck with the book too.
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    Thanks for the interesting information. I just bought a 3D printer for my niece, she absolutely loved it. It is very good that there are books for children who teach them to use the most modern technologies. But I think that printing will be of interest to students when they make projects at the university. But there are things that can not replace modern technology. For example, to write an essay, you still need to read books and write essays yourself. However, you can use the advice of professionals CustomEssayMeister
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