Ever heard of a 3D printer? Ever seen one in action? If you answered ‘no’ to either or both of these questions, then we have a serious problem on our hands. Luckily a local 3d printing enthusiast and maker of things from the Reuseum is going to help show us what this compelling new tool can do. From creating and sharing 3D models of real objects, to actually modeling them physically and making them a real, tangible thing for the first time, there is a ton of inspiration and learning that 3D printing can provide us. There are also many ways that we can mimic 3d printing by using recycled household materials. please fee free to come down and see how you might be able to take some new ideas on how to make stuff home with you!
Monday’s event at 6:00 is targeted towards adults interesting in the science of desktop manufacturing, and on Tuesday, young inventors and engineering are welcome to come down during the Teen Program starting at 4:30pm.
For more information, please contact Travis at the Victory Library via firstname.lastname@example.org
or Dave from Reuseum via email@example.com