Imagine if you had a sheet of 3/4 plywood and cut a door in the middle. the door opens out and I need two hinges that would attach flat on the inside of the sheet/door to open out. Its actually 3/4 pine paneling but you get the idea. Do they make such a thing? Want to make sort of a "hidden door".
Re: need a hidden hinge in reply to redtom, 03-29-2014 12:47:23
There"s a company here in the Minneapolis area called Rocklers. They sell every imagineable hardware for woodworkers. They have a website. Just google Rocklers and you"ll find it. If they don"t have it....it isn"t made!
Re: need a hidden hinge in reply to Patrick Klise, 03-29-2014 12:54:04
i think it is an offset hinge. the hinge attaches from the inside on both flat surfaces but the hinge point is actually near the front face. it would look like two L's at the hinge point only back to back.
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