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Solid Brass Box Hinges

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Solid Brass Small-Box Quadrant Hinge 1-1/4"W x 1-1/4"H x 3/16" Item #: 21962
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Regular Price: $7.99

Special Price $6.39


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$6.39
Solid Brass Large-Box Quadrant Hinge 1-5/8"W x 1-5/8"H x 9/32" Item #: 24300
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Regular Price: $9.99

Special Price $7.99


Pair
$7.99
Solid Brass Small-Box Quadrant Hinge 1-1/4"W x 1-1/4"H x 3/16" Item #: 21962
In Stock
 
Price:

Regular Price: $7.99

Special Price $6.39

Pair
Quantity:
Total: $6.39
Solid Brass Large-Box Quadrant Hinge 1-5/8"W x 1-5/8"H x 9/32" Item #: 24300
In Stock
 
Price:

Regular Price: $9.99

Special Price $7.99

Pair
Quantity:
Total: $7.99

Overview

Classic screw, nail and rivet hinge. Solid Brass. Economical and easy to affix, ideal for small boxes. Mounting hardware included. Available in two sizes.

  • Small Quadrant hinge measures 1-1/4"W x 1-1/4"H x 3/16"
  • Large Quadrant hinge measures 1-5/8"W x 1-5/8"H x 9/32"
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After reading the other comments I...

Andrew P from Naperville, IL Posted April 1, 2012
After reading the other comments I was concerned about buying these hinges. After getting them I experimented a bit with them before installing them on my box. Here's what I figured out. The other reviews are correct, throw away the screws and buy good ones, these are way too soft. Binding doesn't need to be an issue. You need to create a pocket for the hinge catch in both the box and the lid. The pocket should be deep enough for a little over half of the catch to drop in. When it bottoms out the rest of the catch is pushed up into the pocket in the lid. This eliminated all binding of catch within the hinge. Don't put a pin the catch whole, this will prevent the box from opening all the way. Other than the screws, these are nice hinges.

After reading the other reviews on...

Glen B from E.Montpelier, VT Posted January 6, 2011
After reading the other reviews on this product, I felt I should add my own. For the price, I found these hinges to be of fine quality. I had never installed quadrant hinges on any of my projects, but after close inspection I knew these would require some carefull preparation and some precise routing to install properly. I was able to make a reversable jig that worked fine. I also re-drilled holes in the support arms and added my own pins to allow full opening of the hinge. instead of routing into the lid, I used 2sided tape to align and give me the gap I was looking for between the box and the lid. I had no problems with the screws once I found the proper size drill, but when I have had problems in the past with others, I simply add a touch of 5 minute epoxy to the pilot holes and that cures the problem the screws are still removable after. I do plan to use these hinges again on 2 upcoming projects, and now I should have no problems having made and ajusted my jig properly. As with anything in woodworking, a little patience goes a long way.

Reasonable hinges, bad screws. Had to...

Larry T from Melbourne, FL Posted June 29, 2008
Reasonable hinges, bad screws. Had to true up the hinges as one was rather badly bent and also make sure you buy extra screws as the heads strip out easily and they also break easily. Proper size pilot holes and wax help a great deal, but the screws still break easily.

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