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cool door?

help me reproduce this door here look http://www.livescience.com/9310-high-tech-door-star-trek.html

I don't know if you could replicate it exactly, as that would be pretty hard. But I know you would at least have to have a proximity sensor. Those cost about $60. Those are attached to an auxiliary drive  and the door  panels. The auxiliary drive and the doors are put to work together by cables and belts. Lastly you would need some tracks and rollers. Those would get you a regular automatic sliding door. If you wanted it to fit a human body you would need someone more experienced then poor little me :)

tinker234 (author)  patriots88885 years ago
ok thanks next just joking
:)