Call for Submissions: Ideas, Insights, Inspirational Stories in 3D Printing


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Ideas. Information. Insights. Inspirational Stories.

My name is Steve Kayser. I recently joined the Polar 3D team to help get the word out about the Polar 3D mission, "Inspiring Students to Think Like Entrepreneurs."

Share Your Story?

To help fulfill this mission we feel it's important to share ideas, information, insights and inspirational stories. This is where you come in. We'd like to invite educators, entrepreneurs and students to share your hard-earned knowledge and wisdom about design thinking and curriculum development using 3D printing.

Editorial Requirements

The editorial requirements are simple. Be helpful, authentic and transparent. We're going to publish articles, images, videos, tips and tactics here.  If you're interested in contributing to our collaborative knowledge sharing effort, email me at Steve@polar3d.com, with the subject line - Submission. Article length and depth are up to you. Typically 500-1500 words works best. An accompanying image also helps. In addition we encourage you to sign up for updates (using the subscription button on the right side of this page) so you can benefit from the shared knowledge and wisdom.

Making Meaning

Inspiring students to think like entrepreneurs is the goal - but remember - students can be from 6-years of age to 106. The reason to inspire students to think like entrepreneurs? To help change the world for the better. And... to make meaning. What do I mean by making meaning? The opportunity to make a difference. 3D printing, even though it's been around awhile, is still in its embryonic stage. But what it has been accomplishing lately is no less than astounding. Watch the videos below. You'll understand what I mean when I say making meaning. And we look forward to your submissions

Cool Hand Luke and Dad Work Together to Print 3D Hand

3D-printed Model Heart Helps Doctors Save a Little Girl's Life

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5-year-old girl with 3D printed hand throws out first pitch at Baltimore Orioles baseball game

3D-printed ultrasound lets blind mom "see" unborn baby

About Steve

Steven Kayser is an award-winning business writer, former radio host, media relations director, and founder of Kayser Media. His eclectic approach to business and writing has been documented in a best practices case study (MarketingSherpa) and led him to be profiled as a “Purple Cow” by Seth Godin. His most recent books are is "The Greatest Words You’ve Never Heard: True Stories of Triumph,"; and "Margins and Missions... Not Moonshots: Pathways to Better U.S. Higher Education." Steve has also been featured in: A Marketer’s Guide to e-Newsletter Publishing, Credibility Branding, Innovation Quarterly, B2B Marketing Trends, PRWEEK, Faces of E-Content, and The Ragan Report. Steve’s writings have appeared in Corporate Finance Magazine, CommProBiz, CEO Refresher, Entrepreneur Magazine, Business 2.0, and Fast Company Magazine – among many others.

 

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