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There’s a very strong distinction between “professional” pencils, and “giant pencil”. Professional pencils are manufactured using a single manufacturing process, which requires a very precise and specialized tooling. This requires the use of the latest tooling technologies, and a relatively large amount of capital to develop the tooling.
Giant pencils are generally manufactured using a second process, which requires only a small amount of specialized capital. They do not require a precise tooling process, nor do they require the use of an advanced tooling. In fact, they can be very inexpensive.
This can be quite a surprise, because they are, in reality, a very advanced form of pencil.
Giant pencils have been a staple of American school classrooms for decades. What makes them different? Well, giant pencils have been designed by experts to have a larger diameter, so they can be made smaller. They are very similar in shape (though one type is wider and one is longer than the other), and some of the shapes are similar in size.
The “giant” in giant pencil comes from the name of the company that manufactures them, in addition to the fact that giants produce pencils of a very high quality.
Some giant pencils have a unique point that requires a special tooling process, but all have a very smooth texture. The difference between professional-grade pencils and giant pencils is in all else.
The Best Type of Pencil
Professional-grade pencils are typically marked with a “standard” logo, or more often a “designated” logo.
These types of pencils are typically designed to ensure that their use conforms to all the rules of the pencil maker (the company that is making the pencil):
Standard logo – the product has a standard or well-defined look. In other words, if it hasn’t been marked by professionals before, it will look the same.
Designated logo – the same pencils will have different marks that specify which maker makes the pencil and when it’s being used.
Size markers – there is a standard size that defines the standard of the pencil. This usually shows up as a marking made of a color or a font.
The “designated” logo is not necessarily a marking made of a font or color. Rather, it may