Jennifer Hartman TV Stand September 13th, 2018 - 23:51:22
I have no idea what I'm doing so, we'll see how this turns out. First, I'm just going to cut it down to give me a rough estimate of what I need to work with. So with the bearings, I have 3/4 of an inch to the center of year. So I use an inch and a half for the bracket so more. This is not really three quarters either way. I'd be able to find center fun fact.
Pence only works one direction on aluminum, but I think I got an idea whether I'm going to center punch that so I do use a drill press I had somewhere to catch on, to put the bolt on. Probably they blew that place. If I can put the bear pulley on and then lock tight and nut on, so put it on hardback it up. It's like a lock, tight it bonding by movement.
I get this really tight, so I can trace outline correctly. I'm gonna round it over. Just like that and I'll do that tall for my school's, I will cut it close with the angle grinder and then sand it down to the line you all right. What you didn't see me do is draw out the rest of this roller. Basically, this is the bottom of the roller. This is the bottom of the track.
This is the top of the door, and this is where I'm going to put my two screws on up rounding out the bottom, and I think I'm going to try and round out the top and make that perfect to align with top of the bearing. Now I'm going to glue the bolts in and the reason. Why is because I want these to be flat at the top here and the best way in order to do that is just use some epoxy and glue them in place