So, I've designed a frame built of 3mm thick 5 x 5mm steel box tube, which will have inset wooden panels. This will eventually become a unit for an aquarium.
All good in practice but the front wooden panels inset in the frame are going to be doors.
Problem I have is how would I go about adding the hinges for the doors to the frame?
Suggestions I've had so far are:
1 - Weld the hinges to the frame...might be an issue when powder coated
2 - Add the hinge afterwards with self tapping screws...possible chipping of powder coat
Any other recommendations or come across similar scenarios?
Images attached of original design and the almost completed fabricated frame.