William Osman is someone that I really admire, not only for his 3D printing capabilities, but also for his ability to rapidly prototype. A few examples of his work are the “Automatic Rain Goggles”, “Sushi Chopsticks”, and even his “Anti-Soggy Cereal Spoon”. Even though these creations are not strictly 3D printing, they show Osman’s skills in prototyping and 3D design.
My skills in printing and prototyping aren’t nearly as impressive as Osman’s, though I’m always striving to improve. Some of my creations are the famous “Washer That Plugs the Water Jug” and the “ULTRASONIC SENSOR HOLDER 3000”. These show off some of my skills in prototyping and printing. Hopefully in the future, I can get to the point where I will be able to create anything I want.
“Anti-Soggy Cereal Spoon”
“Automatic Sushi Chopsticks”
“Washer That Plugs the Water Jug”
“Super Effective Pie Cutter”
I always like to compare the way other people work to how I work so that I can improve my skills and gain new ones along the way. Some things that I’ve learned from Osman are new softwares and ways I can use unorthodox technique in new ways. Although I can’t master these things from just a video, interacting with Osman’s content have helped me learn and grow.