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Forum topic by PCTNWV posted 647 days ago 1624 views 0 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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PCTNWV

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647 days ago

I am looking for a hinge similar to the ones in the pictures. They are used on sewing machine cabinets and Old Radio Cabinets. They are a unique pivot hinge. I am trying to find a place or person that caries these hinges. Any and All help is greatly appreciated.

-- Troy, Virginia


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waho6o9

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#1 posted 647 days ago

http://www.leevalley.com/en/hardware/page.aspx?cat=3&p=41241

Maybe email leevalley and they might help you out.
HTH

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horologist

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#2 posted 647 days ago

Sorry, I don’t have a source and am assuming you have already tried the sewing and old radio lists.
Do you need one or two as replacements or a bunch for some sort of production run?
Obviously purchasing them is likely the most economical alternative.
But if you only need one or two they don’t look like they would be that difficult to make.
Cut the blank out of steel stock, fine tune outline with a file, drill holes, make bend, and rivet (?).
All of this could probably be done with the tools in your shop.
Just a thought…

-- Troy in Melrose, Florida

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Lee Barker

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#3 posted 647 days ago

Van Dyke's

Selby

Kindly,

Lee

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poopiekat

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#4 posted 647 days ago

Try Van Dyke’s Restorer’s supplies: http://www.vandykes.com/default.aspx?&utm_source=vr120714&utm_content=VDR_logo&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Friday13Sale

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Sawkerf

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#5 posted 647 days ago

I think that those are called knife hinges. Try searching for those.

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Terry Ferguson

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#6 posted 647 days ago

They are called pivot hinges
available at www.hardwaresource.com

-- Terry Ferguson, Bend Oregon

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PCTNWV

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#7 posted 646 days ago

All,

Thanks, I appreciate the responses and I will take a look. The search continues.

-- Troy, Virginia

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