If you’ve ever tried to build a brick-and-mortar brick factory you know it’s an impossible task, even if you’re a seasoned DIYer.
It’s like building a house in the middle of a forest.
But what if you could build it with nothing but the most basic materials?
This is the story of what I did with an old fridge in my garage.
The story begins with a fridge.
I bought this fridge as a gift for a friend of mine, but it was already obsolete.
The fridge’s original owner was a retired engineer and was working on an industrial-grade refrigerator when he died.
I asked him about the fridge, and he told me that he built it with a little bit of scrap metal.
It was a great idea to build an industrial fridge, because it would allow him to build the refrigerator as a factory, rather than just the freezer, as it was originally built.
He started by cutting off the top and bottom plates of the fridge.
Then he stripped the top layer of the refrigerator and glued it on with glue.
This was easy.
Then he cut the fridge into a couple of pieces and drilled holes for the fridge door and a small opening for the refrigerator motor.
This was also easy.
Next he drilled a small hole in the fridge that would allow the motor to exit through.
He drilled this hole with a drill bit.
He then drilled a hole in one of the plastic sheeting sheets, glued it together and then soldered it to the motor.
He soldered a small piece of electrical tape to the top of the motor and the door.
He put the motor in the freezer and bolted it to a piece of metal sheeting that he had cut off.
He also attached the refrigerator door and motor to a metal plate that he put in the topmost corner of the freezer.
In the process, he removed some of the insulation from the top half of the door, which gave him more room for the door to open.
After this, he bolted the door on with the motor, leaving a hole for the motor’s exhaust to pass through.
He also drilled two holes into the refrigerator wall and two holes for his fridge’s doors.
Finally, he soldered the door and door frame to the door frame and the fridge motor.
To make the doors more robust, he glued some of that insulation to the doors and the frame.
When he was finished, he attached the fridge doors to the fridge frame with some glue.
Finally, with all that work done, he made a little door to hold it all together.
The whole process took about three hours.
He made about a quarter of an inch of space on each door.
This means that he needed about seven feet of metal for the doors.
It also means that if he built the doors with an angle grinder, the metal would be too thin to fit through the door openings.
But that’s not all.
The door he used was also old, and the hinges would need to be replaced, but he could do this for free.
He cut up a piece, drilled it out with a hole saw, and then used a saw to cut out the rest of the hinge.
He glued the hinge to the frame and soldered in the new hinges.
I’m sure you could do the same thing with a few more nails and a couple more screws, but if you can’t afford a shop or a router, then you can still use a hobby shop.
If you don’t have one, you can find them online for a few bucks.
How did I do this?
It all started when I was about to leave the house for the weekend.
I needed to do a bit of work at home, so I decided to go for a walk around the block.
So I started digging around the house, trying to find some sort of hidden door.
As I dug around, I found a little piece of scrap aluminum that I was planning to use to make the door I needed.
I then started to glue the aluminum to the sheet metal and drill holes for it.
Then I used some glue and soldering iron to attach the hinges to the aluminum sheeting.
As the door was getting ready to be built, I decided that I needed some sort for the hinges on the door that would hold it together.
I started to drill some holes in the sheetmetal and put some nails through them.
I used the soldering wire to attach those holes to the hinges.
I drilled a little hole in each of the metal sheetings and attached them to the hinge with glue and electrical tape.
It was now ready to use.
Using this glue, I glued the hinges onto the sheeting, then soldled the hinge onto the hinge using a small bit of wire.
To make sure that the hinges wouldn’t come off easily, I taped them together with electrical tape and then secured them