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Forum topic by niki posted 2152 days ago 2471 views 4 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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niki

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2152 days ago

Good day

That’s the last part of the Euro hinges installation.

As for the number of hinges per door, please refer to the table on the link…
Sorry but it’s the only link that I found and it’s in metric….
http://www.woodfit.com/product_info.php?cPath=114_227_273&products_id=3029&sid=57412b324b2323fd4b5c0be575d1084e&Name=Concealed+Hinge+Technical+Information+1

For the “door height in cm” just divide by 2.54 and you’ll get it in Inches
Example 100cm : 2.54 = 39.37” – (2 hinges)

As for the door weight (written inside), just multiply by 2.2 to get Pounds
Example “4-6 kg” = 8.8 lbs – 12 lbs.

If somebody have an “American” link please be so kind and put it here.

Regards
niki

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TomFran

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#1 posted 2152 days ago

Thanks, Niki! Very good information.

-- Tom, Surfside Beach, SC - Romans 8:28

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Scott Bryan

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#2 posted 2152 days ago

Thanks, Niki. You have taken all the mystery out of the installation of these type of hinges for me. It seems like a pretty straight-forward process to me. I will have to try them on my next cabinet.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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niki

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#3 posted 2152 days ago

Thank you so much Tom and Scott

Actually, on the 2 pictures that I’m showing how to install the door while the cabinet is already installed on the wall…I “cheated” a little bit…that’s was the way that I did it before but now…

I’m putting the car jack on the lower cabinets (using some thick cardboard or plywood board) and using it as a “clamp” to hold the board under the cabinet.

I used the car jack method also to hold the upper cabinet till I hang and secure it…very useful when you work alone.

Regards
niki

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lotfi_lassoued

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#4 posted 1508 days ago

thank you Niki , very helpful informations ,great job .

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#5 posted 1508 days ago

Requiescat in pace…

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terry603

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#6 posted 1508 days ago

thanks for the tip on hanging the doors on the cabinets. i will be using that idea when i get ready to hang doors on my new kitchen that i am building

-- may not always be right,but,never in doubt.

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