I really like the looks of the hinges, they should hold up for a year or two at least.
I take it you must have worked pipeline, looks like you still have a pretty steady hand. Is the door cut with plasma freehand?
The only thing I can freehand is pencil scribbles, and I'm not even that go at that.
I recently went back to using the buzz box working on my trailer since its way nicer to drag lead around vs the whole mig cart. I never used it much on the thin stuff until I bought some 6013 3/32. I was impressed at what I could turn out even with my poor skills. I must admit, sometimes I reach for the flux core machine if I'm working in one spot.
We have a can of 5p sitting at work that I think needs to come home for me to play with. Its been sitting there for at least 5 years now, will have to ask around the shop and see if they want me to help them clean up a bit.
I will be paying close attention to the fix for the sprung doors, I can tell its gonna be one for me to take notes on, for future reference.
Since you mentioned tig, here is my beer chicken holder. A friend made these for us a couple years back, several for chickens out of 2" and a couple for turkeys out of 4" They work fantastic since they really take on the heat and help the chicken cook from the inside as well as the outside.
Edited by Tom37 - 12/11/10 at 6:33pm