New, New TardisBuilders!
Started by kutan66, Apr 18, 2019, 07:06 pm
Quote from: Volpone on Sep 17, 2019, 09:51 pmImpressive, that you've been able to hide the hinges so well on an outward-opening door. I had a bunch of luan plywood laying around at my old place, so I paneled the inside of my garage. I used one of the spots between the joists for a tool wall so I put a "secret" door over it. It was fine but you could easily see the hinges if you looked for them (and the door wouldn't open very far to boot). Having a door that opens out with no visible hinges is quite a trick in my book.
Quote from: karsthotep on Sep 18, 2019, 12:10 amthey must not be hinges in the classical sense of the word, Do you have a pin at the top and bottom corner of the door which slots into holes allowing you to have them swing that way with no visible hinges? Orrrrrrrr am I completely wrong and you are that amazing that you were able to hide regular hinges so well. I would say either are possible I love this wood work, and I am glad you have it in the natural wood. So beautiful.Karst
Quote from: ciderman on Sep 18, 2019, 05:17 pmWhat a lovely build. So reminiscent of the wooden console room. I look forward to your next project!
QuoteWhen I brought the bits of the box into the house, I left the keys in the workshop. I brought the keys over Thursday evening. I remember passing them to the wife through the back door, and she put the envelope on top of the bin...