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post #1 of 6 Old 09-13-2014, 04:28 PM Thread Starter
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Hinge to suit these dimensions?

I am working backwards because I thought I had a hinge to fit but I was wrong.

Ive painted myself into a 1/2" face frame overlay door.

what hinge can I use to work?
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I don't really understand what you have done here.According to the drawing you have built a cabinet that has two face frames ?One 1/2" narrower than the other?
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I don't really understand what you have done here.According to the drawing you have built a cabinet that has two face frames ?One 1/2" narrower than the other?
There is 3/4" thick molding on the face frame that should sit roughly flush with the door. That is what limits me to 1/2" overlay.
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Now I see what you have done.Took a while to think about it.Blum should have some hinges for your application.Check out their website.
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not gonna lie, blum hinges confuse the crap out of me.

I mean... I think this is a suitable hinge

http://www.pullsdirect.com/blum-71b3...angle/p1672685

but it requires a 4.5 or 6mm mounting plate to achieve a ~12mm overlay....

so is this the right plate?

http://www.pullsdirect.com/blum-175h...rance/p1672821

are these 2 compatible?
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I would seriously consider a) hinging to the 3/4 trim - should be substantial enough, or b) a non mortise wrap hinge.
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