One of the kitchen cabinets coming together. This is the largest unit by volume. Designed to hold dishes, tools, other kitcheny things. Next up is a full height pull out pantry and some wall and overhead cabinets. Drawer clamped in “for illustration”. I’ll paint the frame before the slider installation.
Kiln dried untreated Douglas Fir 2″x4″ (actual 1.5″x3.5″) lumber is specified to weigh 1.28 lbs per linear foot. This can change with prolonged exposure to humidity and variation in suppliers, species, and other variables. 1″x1″x.065 seam weld ASTM steel tube is .814 lbs per linear foot. With ends fixed, the calculated deflection for a 4′ […]
It’s technically an auto UNlock, so you don’t slap the door open pneumatic switch and just stress the hell out of the door and it’s hinges. The way it will work is air goes to unlocker ram first, once it engages the latch and releases, air switch allows air to flow to opening side of […]
I need to come up with a shower door I’m happy with probably. The hole is drilled in the floor for the drain, so that’s cool. Door latches are nice. The entrance door closes with a nice automotive style “thunk” and locks. I have a neat spring retracting air ram and a pneumatic circuit (not […]
I got 4x 46 gallon water tanks. The dimensions are not exactly what I hoped for, but I think I can squeeze them in. I originally wanted to hang them centerline on the frame cross members but I can’t wedge them in there with the luggage bay. I’d have to cut a big hole somewhere. […]
I have officially drilled my first hole through the floor. Doesn’t look like much but that’s a 4.5 inch hole all the way into the basement compartment. Locating that is a big deal because plumbing. Anyway, framing up a slim steel support box for shower stall, that will dictate kitchen cabinets, etc. I also pulled […]