When thinking about sheet metal manufacturing facilities, many people envision the traditional assembly lines of old where day after day, workers busily fabrication one identical part after another. Especially in the past, there was not much room in this process for creativity or originality. Fortunately, sheet metal technology and equipment has improved in every area… Continue Reading>>
Many commercial applications require a removable hinge when incorporated into a cabinet, case or door. The removable hinge often provides immediate full access to the enclosure’s interior. As a result, removable hinges are often incorporated into the design of many cases, equipment, and storage units as a way to lift the door off its hinges… Continue Reading>>
As one of the more highly utilized recessed hinges, a butt hinge is typically manufactured to be about 6 inches or shorter. They have multiple uses and are installed for a variety of different applications. Generally, a butt hinge is used to mount and operate doors on commercial properties and residential homes.
Some manufacturers occasionally refer to a continuous hinge as a piano hinge. It is one of the more popular varieties of hinges and is utilized in numerous applications that require extensive use and intense wear and tear. It is designed as a way to evenly distribute weight and minimize stress on any component that it… Continue Reading>>
A hinge is a traditional device that has long been used to open windows, doors and other objects, allowing them the ability to swing in a predefined pivot. The following terminology describes each component of the hinge, along with many of its available pivotal options. Hinge Length – A butt hinge or continuous hinge is… Continue Reading>>