Learn new art of 3-D print­ing

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle -

Head along to Moon­rise Cin­ema and catch a heart-warm­ing Aus­tralian tale about Oddball, the mis­chievous dog with a nose for wildlife pro­tec­tion.

On Mid­dle Is­land, pen­guins have made their home, but foxes have found the is­land and have re­duced the pen­guin pop­u­la­tion.

An ec­cen­tric chicken farmer named Swampy teams up with his grand­daugh­ter to train their mis­chievous dog, Oddball, to pro­tect the pen­guins from th­ese preda­tors Have you ever won­dered how 3-D print­ing works?

Do you have an amaz­ing idea for a print or pat­tern but are not sure how to bring it to life?

The fu­ture of print­ing is here and the Roe­bourne Li­brary is of­fer­ing 3-D print­ing in­duc­tion lessons to help boost your knowl­edge and pro­vide a hands-on and in­ter­ac­tive ex­pe­ri­ence with this amaz­ing tech­nol­ogy.

Classes will give you a ba­sic un­der­stand­ing of the tech­nol­ogy by putting some 3-D prin­ters into ac­tion.

Learn about how 3-D tech­nol­ogy was de­vel­oped and what it is used for.

Find out which com­puter pro­grams are avail­able to model your ideas for free and then start cre­at­ing fan­tas­tic 3-D de­signs. in an at­tempt to re­unite his fam­ily and save their sea­side town.

Bring a pic­nic and a comfy chair and re­lax in the open air.

To buy your tick­ets, visit moon­risecin­ema.com.au, or call 9186 8653.

Free 3-D print­ing work­shops will be held at the Roe­bourne Li­brary to­mor­row from 3pm-4pm.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Glo­ria Pre­ston on 9186 8660.

Pic­ture: Road­show Films

Oddball.

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