Stopped Hinged Joints For Box Work

is a section through a small box similar to a lady's work-box (the back of the box in the illustration is enlarged in thickness to clearly show the position of the hinge). In this case the knuckle of the hinge is let into the woodwork until it is flush with the back of the box, and the gauge would have to be set to the total width of the hinge. The back edges of the lid and the back edge of the lower portion of the box are planed away at an angle of 45 degrees as indicated by the dotted lines.

shows the same box with the lid open, and it will be observed that the chamfered edges come together and form a stop which prevents the lid falling backwards and breaking the box. This method of letting-in the knuckle flush is a useful one for box work because the ordinary stock brass butt hinge can be used. Attention may, however, be called to the "stopped butt-hinge," which is specially made to answer the above purpose; in its action a similar mechanical principle as the one applied to the box is used.

Fig. 229.—Strap Hinge.

Fig. 229.—Strap Hinge.

Fig. 230.—Reversible or      Double-folding Screen      Hinge.

Fig. 230.—Reversible or Double-folding Screen Hinge.

Fig. 231.—Pivot Hinge      for Screens.

Fig. 231.—Pivot Hinge for Screens.

Fig. 232.—Non-reversible      Screen Hinge.

Fig. 232.—Non-reversible Screen Hinge.

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