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Neelu and the Phenomenal Printer – 3D Printing

When a friend visits Neelu she has some amazing stories to tell about animal rescues and animal prosthetics. The book explains how 3D printing helps in the animal prosthetics industry including some real examples at the end.

Author: Riddhi Dastidar, Illustrator: Anupam Arunachalam

Sample Text from Neelu and the Phenomenal Printer

Miru Mashi is visiting Neelu in Kolkata.
Neelu is thrilled.
Miru Mashi always has the strangest stories to tell.

Like that time when she almost got snapped up by a crocodile, or that other time she lost her little finger to sneaky piranhas!

Miru Mashi is a wildlife conservationist, and works with two-toed sloths in the Amazon rainforest.

The next day, Miru Mashi takes Neelu to explore the city. At the Maidan, they notice a lot of horse-drawn carriages. The horses look skinny and tired.

<End of sample>

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  • I like the story because it is really good.The story of the name is Neelu and the Phenomenal Printer.The author of the name is Riddhi Dastidar.Miru Mashi is visiting Neelu in Kolkata.Miru Mashi always has the strangest stories to tell.Miru Mashi take Neelu to a 3D printer.Neelu learn how to print the image and help the hore leg.

     
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