CrazyCrank Posted September 25, 2022 Author Share Posted September 25, 2022 Afternoon, guys Well, a final hinge has been fabricated and tested. All works smoothly and fit perfectly. Moreover, the hinge is adjustable and the door can be removed as many times it's needed . I've made the tests on the broken bodywork , and now, it remains to fabricate a second one for the right door. Then, I could begin to cut the doors out on the second body, one by one. I've used: - 0.8 m brass tube, 0.6 mm inner diameter - 0.6 mm steel wire - various twizzers to shape the wire in order to form the hinge - Adhesiv gum to fix temporarily the branches of the hinge inside the door - 2 mm square plastic rod, in which I dug a 0.8 mm groove on the milling machine, to trap the brass tube of the hinge inside the bodywork. - Masking tape to maintain the door in the right position, while I was adjusting the hinge by the inside Some photos in chronological sequence will explain you the process better than a long speech That's all for now, guys 11 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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