The construction of safety boxes and vaults can be improved with the use of stainless-steel and steel sheets so that the box fulfils its purpose of storing money and valuables. A donation box is no exception. Steel has been used for donation box construction because it is difficult to break into, but it can last a long time and endure severe weather. Designing your own donation box with steel can provide peace of mind and confidence that the donation box will prevent theft and withstand damage.
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Things you need
- Mild steel tubing
- Soldering materials
- Rolled steel sheets
- Steel hinges
- Black finish paint
Cut 11 pieces of foot-long mild steel tubing to 1-inch-by-1-inch-by-1/8-inch and eight pieces of 6-inch mild steel tubing to the same dimensions.
Solder the ends of two sets of four foot-long steel tubing pieces into squares.
Solder four 6-inch steel tubing pieces into the frames so that it resembles a 3-D box.
Solder two foot-long tubing sections side by side in the centre of the box's front for the door. The corresponding steel tubing should have complementary 6-inch steel for thickness support.
Weld hot rolled steel sheets in all sides of the frame. Create a door and weld into stainless steel hinges. Use nonremovable pins to lock the hinges.
Prime the box.
Use black finish paint on the box's interior and exterior.
Put brackets in the sides of the box for mounting. Close the door and lock the box using a padlock.
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