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With a puppy and a full grown dog, both of whom prefer the garden to the house, it is a never ending job letting them in and out. ...
The obvious operating device would be a 12volt jack, similar to the ones used to move a satellite dish. The one I found was from a mobility bath ...
Once I knew what the parts looked like it was time to design the hardware and electronics. The drawing of the hardware may not mean much to people ...
Lots of metal cutting and welding then ensued, starting with the pivot and magnetic catch. Once the small catch plate was built the parts were test fitted on the ...
The limit switches were mounted on a piece of scrap bath panel. The other parts, brackets and rod to make it work come from the scrap box.... All held ...
Once it was assembled onto the door a rain cover was made from twinwall plastic sheet and a piece of electrical ducting, this too was installed. A quick bit ...
For the door opener/closer to work the existing door catch needs to be held back so that it will not latch the door closed. The UPVC door frame ...
Due to my inability to embed video's, here is a link to a vimeo upload. http://vimeo.com/37468772 George says thanks for looking! user1579831/
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