Hi, welcome on my portfolio site. My name is Tim Lotterman and in the next section of the website you can see some of my work.
Hey, my name is Tim Lotterman and I am born in the city of Emmen in 1993. After completing my pre-university education and acquiring my bachelor Industrial Design at the University of Twente, I am now working on the mastertrack Advanced Materials Engineering within the master Industrial Design Engineering. In my spare time I like to cycle, to photograph and to be in nature.
In order to improve the mail handling in the Horst building of the University of Twente, this trolley (one part of the concept) can be used to lift and move heavy mailbags
This train interior is modeled by using SolidWorks. Attention has been paid to the way of modeling, assembling and FEM.
The redesign of this tape roller is done in such a way that it is suitable for injection molding, taking the welding lines, air traps and molding points into account.
Together with Cas van de Goor, Joerie te Grotenhuis, Sem Vossebeld and Jeroen Wildeman
This shaver is designed for users with a sensitive skin. By a gyroscope the device knows where it is on the face and it can modify the gap size in the shaving heads.
Together with Jeroen te Braake, Han de Jong, Nadia Klomp, Remco Reints and Hilde Smits
This concept of a coffeebean grinder (or "crusher") is designed to evoke the primal feelings in the adventurous coffee drinker
Adjactent some sketches of a watch can be seen, which could be suitable to wear during a motor trip.
Drawing of a small glass bottle on canson paper in order to clearly display the materials.
Exploded view of a detachable bike light. Extra attention has been paid to the material expressions.
Porsche’s 911 Turbo and Turbo S are equipped with an active front spoiler since 2013. It is studied which polymers, elastomers, additives and production processes can be used to produce the components
Together with Jeroen Wildeman
In this study it is researched which materials, coatings and manufacturing processes can be used for an antibacterial filter in a portable water purification system.
Together with Jeroen Wildeman
It has been studied how artificial wood can be manufactured in such a way that the naturalness improves. Attention has been to paid comfort, touch and appearance of the material
Together with Sem Vossebeld and Jeroen Wildeman
Certain types of bike handles become sticky or break over time. It is examined which artifical and natural materials can be a good altnerative in terms of look and feel.
Together with Laura Günnigmann
In order to learn drawing on a tablet, a ski boot had to be redesigned. This 2D-drawing followed from several sketches.
The use of public transport is increasing in the city of Amsterdam and the way of traveling will also change. As part of the concept, a ticket machine is designed.
Together with Iris Borgman, Tom Simons and Jeroen Wildeman
During the design of this keyfob, attention has been paid to the pictures on the buttons and the placement of these buttons
Together with Cas van de Goor, Willem-Jan Rensink and Jeroen Wildeman
Explanatory drawing about how the batteries should be replaced in this baby monitor.
This jar of a certain instant coffee brand is modeled in order to use it in an assembly of a gift box
The combination of a food and non-food product resulted in this giftbox. An attempt is made to suit the luxury, solid and affordable look of a certain instant coffee brand.
The special thing about this box is that it can be folded from one piece of cardboard and that there is little waste
Together with Remco Reints
This component is part of a coffeebean grinder, which is called "Grassp" as it is equipped with a grater (Dutch: rasp) instead of a grinding mechanism.
Together with Myrthe ten Bosch, Lisanne Bunk, Dieuwe Haagsma, Linda Schoonman, Alicia Vermaas and Robin Vos
Research has been done about how a certain backpack brand can be rejuvenated. This infographic is based on the brand identity prism of Kapferer.
Together with Justen Ang, Marlin Bloemberg, Sander Randaru, Kevin van der Ven and Jeroen Wildeman
This double page has been designed for a fictional magazine. It is chosen to compile an article in which a product is reviewed
The adjacent image shows the cover for a fictional magazine. This is the first cover of a serie of four, which are designed for a particular course
This poster explains how an automated guided vehicle can find his way through a hospital. The so-called local control system searches a path through the hospital, prevents collisions and monitors the system status.
Together with Ruben de Noord en Tom Simons