How to build a metal screen door
In an attempt to improve the efficiency of the metal screen doors found in many office and home applications, I have found that you can build them using a series of small metal-plated doors that you may already have lying around.
These are designed to allow easy removal of the screen from the doorframe.
I found these doors at the shop of one of my friend’s neighbours, and they are now a regular fixture in my home.
I have made a few modifications to the door in order to reduce the chances of damage to the metal.
The first modification is to use a thin sheet of wood, which can be bought in large quantities in large shops.
I chose this material as it does not chip easily and the price is very reasonable.
You can also make the door slightly smaller by cutting a small piece of aluminium from the bottom of the door frame.
This will help the door to be able to slide in the space between the metal panels and the bottom edge of the panel.
The second modification is the removal of a small section of the wood, the hinge plate.
To reduce the chance of damage from the metal sliding down on the metal panel, I made a hole through the hinge and removed it.
Then I added a layer of silicone glue to hold the wood frame in place and added a piece of metal from the side of the hinge that could be slid into the hole.
A little bit of drilling into the wood would allow the hinge to slide through and a bit of glue would hold the panel in place.
The third modification was to cut the door panels to the same size as the hinges.
This was not very difficult, but it was also quite time consuming and required me to drill a hole in the back of the doors.
The four metal panels can then be pulled out and the hinges removed and the door closed.
To prevent damage to your desk or furniture, you may want to ensure that the metal doors have a seal around them.
This should ensure that you do not damage the hinges when the doors are closed and that you will not be able open them if the door is opened while the hinges are being moved around.