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I would not want to hot glue to siding because I wouldn't be able to undo it.However, siding fits together and interlocks....I would make wire loops out of metal wire that have U shaped bends on the ends (Inverted U) so that it can hook into the bottom of a piece of siding. If the loops can't be put where you want them, I would use something like fishing wire to attach to the loops to extend down as far as you need the skeleton to attach.I can send some pics if you need to. but I would have to make the loops first.
How would you attach to sidingWould the hot.glue melt the siding. What would you recommend
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Put the video on YouTube and have a link for it in here
Thanks! I am looking forward to checking on the hooks I glued to the brick when October rolls around again to see if they held up over the year.
Didn't see this until today. Looks amazing!
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NICE!!! I see a few extra combination suggestions to make this more secure, since currently it wouldn't take long to try all combos, but I would suggest:Changing the L- joint for a gear and teeth; so that rotating the knob would move the pin left or right instead!This could be added to the current design even after being built, would give way more combinations. And has the added bonus that it could be changed (lift gear, slide pin, drop gear) in case anyone works it out by watching you!Obviously add numbers/symbols round the knobs as your code :-)Just a thought, great as is though.
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