Shane Wighton - His Most Fascinating Projects In YouTube
Shane Wighton is a well-known and popular engineer and YouTuber. Shane Wighton was born in the United States and started his career as a Youtuber in March 2021.
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Shane Wightonis a well-known and popular engineer and YouTuber. Shane Wighton was born in the United States and started his career as a Youtuber in March 2021. He is one of the famous YouTubersof that age group.
Shane Wighton is an influential Youtube expert in the world with a wide reach on social media.
Shane Wighton holding a customized arrow and bow
YouTube is a social platform that has made many people dare to show the world what they can do, one of which is Shane Wighton.
He founded a YouTube channel called "Stuff Made Here" which specializes in bringing unique inventions to society.
The famous media talent, Shane Wigghton, was born on September 15, 1991, and is now 30 years old.
Many couldn't believe he was only thirty, but he knows everything about how to make something from scratch.
His YouTube channel was selected from among the other candidates nominated for the 10th Streamy Awards because of his splendor in innovating various things and giving them a new purpose.
He often posts many personal photos and videos to interact with their huge followers on social media platforms.
Becoming a social media influencer can help you become famous already, but if you're good at Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc., you need to have a live or personal touch and you should interact with your followers, to keep all this going.
According to Shane, he has never seen anyone use 3D-printed tooling to form sheet metal before, so he decided to give it a shot himself.
It turned out really well, surprisingly. In the video mentioned below, you can see a full explanation of the steps he followed to design and get the formation (basically) working.
The completed product of this project was a blade guard that could be replaced on a Sawzall.
He used this method as an experiment; but, considering the total amount of effort involved and the relatively low cost of the Sawzall, it is not the most efficient method to use in general because he does not require one hundred of these.
Having said that, if you do require 100 or more bend steel, this method could be incredibly cost-effective and time-saving.