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A fun and simply project to give a kids room their own personal door knob. Est. project time: 15min plus glue dry time
Materials needed: Legos (this one was made with all 2x4 and 2x2 bricks) Marker Ruler CA glue (or epoxy) Putty Brad Point Drill bits ...
Step 2: Glue together your legos (skuff sand bricks for a better glue bond) Have a napkin near by to remove squeeze out as quickly ...
Step 3: Layout knob and glue together
Step 4: Fill the center section with putty (Durhams water putty is real strong) This area will be where the new knob will connect to ...
Step 5: As putty hardens up you can slide the center bar into make a snug fit. If you wait to long a 3/8" ...
Step 6: Transfer hole locations from original door know and drill them out with a brad point bit to avoid bit wandering.
Step 7: Attach new baseplate to door just like you would a regular door knob. Make sure glue is dry before trying to tighten to much.
Step 8: Adjust depth of center hole to proper depth.
Step 9: Screws are now hidden. Make sure you left clearance to turn knob without sticking.
Hints I have found during building: - Make sure you completly cover the old door knob hole - One of the knobs has a spring, so make sure to ...
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