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Hinge problem

by shwoodnt
posted 09-15-2016 05:56 AM


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jerryminer

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#1 posted 09-15-2016 06:21 AM

Blum makes a series of hinges and wedges that can be mounted on a cabinet side with angles from -45 deg. to + 45 deg.

Click on the “download Information ” Tab to get the pdf from this site: WW Hardware

But yes, it’s always better to plan for the hardware ahead of time.

-- Jerry, making sawdust professionally since 1976

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#2 posted 09-15-2016 06:24 AM

An other Anne Sullivan.

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#3 posted 09-15-2016 05:11 PM

Thanks Jerryminer. Now I see.

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#4 posted 09-15-2016 05:32 PM

Blum has an excel worksheet planning tool for Angled hinges

here for soft close version

and here for self close version

-- "Hard work is not defined by the difficulty of the task as much as a person's desire to perform it.", DS251

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#5 posted 09-15-2016 08:10 PM



An other Anne Sullivan.

- nightguy

Yes, nightguy, we are here to teach and learn from each other. You don’t have to be blind to miss the obvious sometimes.

-- Jerry, making sawdust professionally since 1976

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#6 posted 09-15-2016 10:48 PM

Looking at your problem B, I see you have an issue that goes beyond just the angle.
The mitered edges of your door creates an overlay that goes beyond full overlay.
There are some specialty hinges that do something like this, but not on an odd angle relative to the cabinet.

You might consider adding a fixed “filler” on both front and back corners that will make your angled turn then use doors with 90 degree edges with the appropriate overlay angled hinge to your case.

-- "Hard work is not defined by the difficulty of the task as much as a person's desire to perform it.", DS251

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#7 posted 09-16-2016 12:19 AM

Thank you DS. That looks like a very elegant solution.

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#8 posted 09-16-2016 12:26 AM

An other Anne Sullivan.

- nightguy

Yes, nightguy, we are here to teach and learn from each other. You don t have to be blind to miss the obvious sometimes.

- jerryminer

True, and well stated, and me too!!

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#9 posted 09-16-2016 12:50 AM

A fixed filler at the back is a good idea (you don’t want the door right against the wall anyway (do you?) but you don’t need it at the front

You can either:

1. Shape the leading edge of the angled door, or
2. Use a mitered-door hinge and miter the two adjoining edges


But be sure to plan out the hardware FIRST ! :)

-- Jerry, making sawdust professionally since 1976

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#10 posted 09-16-2016 04:24 AM

Thank you very much jerryminer.

Thank you very much to all of you for all of this help and excellent suggestions.

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