Old 11-09-2019, 12:13 PM
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Richards Idea on how to make the door removable and flush worked great. It also greatly simplified fitting and mounting the hinge pins. I trimmed the door using the thin diamond Dremel cut-off wheel and carefully applying yellow masking tape as a guide. This method allowed me to make smooth straight cuts of as little as 1/32". Since a flush door requires an inward stop, and I had planned on adding magnets anyway as a back-up to the latch, (an open door can reportedly cause a stab stall and crash) I placed them in the lower left corner where I had a slight protrusion. They flushed it right up but were so strong I had to add a piano wire handle to open it.

Mark

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