If you want to keep people from breaking into your workshop, a big steel door can certainly be a deterrent. Builder Paul Pinto shows off the impressive 400-pound door that he built for his shop with the help of a CNC plasma cutting table. Those rivet heads and wheel mechanism make it look even more impenetrable.
Builder Phil Vandelay needed a door to separate two spaces in his workshop. Rather than just go with a traditional rectangular design, he fabricated a metal frame which folds into triangular sections when opening and closing it. The design was inspired by this one he previously saw online.
Fumbling around in the dark for door knobs is no fun. Pin & Tumbler’s clever knob design automatically illuminates as you approach, casting a cool geometric pattern on your door, and helping to light your way. Designed for indoor use only, it runs for up to a year on a single coin-cell battery.
This easy to install kit lets you convert any interior wood door into a cat door. Simply follow the template to cut off the corner of your door, install the patented locking hinge, and kitty can come and go when you allow access. Available for right- or left-opening doors.