How To Mortise A Door Hinge

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  1. Ways to Cut a Hinge Mortise / Rockler How-to

    Ways to Cut a Hinge Mortise / Rockler How-to

    to these three experts, using a router and a jig is a strong contender: Q: Is there a better way to cut hinge mortises than with a chisel and mallet? John Brock: I suppose that depends on how good you are with a chisel and mallet, and how many mortises you have to cut. If I have just a few to do…

  2. Top Trim Routing Techniques: Cutting Hinge Mortises / Rockler How-to

    Top Trim Routing Techniques: Cutting Hinge Mortises / Rockler How-to

    …for cutting door hinge mortises, but a trim router sure makes the job fast. I use a 1/4" straight bit inside a standard guide collar for this task. With this setup, hinge mortising becomes a standard template routing operation. I make a U-shaped template from scrap and fasten it to a base that I…

  3. Mortise Pal Mortising Jig and Clamps for Easy Plunge Router Table Joint Cutting / Rockler How-to

    Mortise Pal Mortising Jig and Clamps for Easy Plunge Router Table Joint Cutting / Rockler How-to

    …Journal The Mortise Pal mortising jig and clamp system makes cutting out mortises up to 3-1â 2" cleanly with your router.[Mortise Pal's new patent pending Mortise Pal plunge router mortising jig and loose tenon joinery system clamps to stock up to 3" thick to create mortises up to 3-1â 2" long,…

  4. Benchtop Mortiser Review: Shop Fox Is Best of the Top Seven Mortise Cutters / Rockler How-to

    Benchtop Mortiser Review: Shop Fox Is Best of the Top Seven Mortise Cutters / Rockler How-to

    …than one way to cut a mortise; you don't have to buy a dedicated machine to do it. Still, I think a mortiser is the fastest way to get the job done. Unlike a router or chisel, a mortiser hogs out all the waste and squares the cut in one operation. If you build lots of tables, chairs, doors and face…

  5. How to Cut Mortise and Loose Tenon Joinery with Biscuits, Joiners and Mills / Rockler How-to

    How to Cut Mortise and Loose Tenon Joinery with Biscuits, Joiners and Mills / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * How to Cut Mortise and Loose Tenon Joinery with Biscuits, Joiners and Mills How to Cut Mortise and Loose Tenon Joinery with Biscuits, Joiners and Mills posted on June 1, 2010 by George Vondriska Cutting loose tenons is made much easier with tools designed to allow you to make those cuts…

  6. Cutting Mortise and Tenon Joints with Band, Hand and Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    Cutting Mortise and Tenon Joints with Band, Hand and Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    …forming mortise and tenon joints is hand cutting them with a saw, then cutting away the waste with a mallet and chisel. Mortise and tenons are most commonly used for frame joinery; M&Ts are a strong and traditional way to join stiles and rails end to edge to make frames for frame-and-panel doors

  7. Festool Domino DF 500 Q Joiner Cuts Middle Mortise with Vertical Cuts / Rockler How-to

    Festool Domino DF 500 Q Joiner Cuts Middle Mortise with Vertical Cuts / Rockler How-to

    …oscillates side to side. Like a biscuit joiner, the cutter is plunged forward into your material, resulting in a mortise. The unit comes with a 5mm cutter. Additional cutters are available at about $35 each, up to 10mm. The Domino is one of the few mortises that can make vertical mortising cuts in…

  8. Router Tips - Plastic Square Router Jig for Mortise and Groove Cutting / Rockler How-to

    Router Tips - Plastic Square Router Jig for Mortise and Groove Cutting / Rockler How-to

    …* Router Tips - Plastic Square Router Jig for Mortise and Groove Cutting Router Tips - Plastic Square Router Jig for Mortise and Groove Cutting posted on December 1, 2007 by Rick White This simple jig attached to a router allows you to cut mortises or grooves in the exact center of even narrow…

  9. JessEm Zip Slot Mortise and Pocket Mills Combine with Drill Press to Cut Joints / Rockler How-to

    JessEm Zip Slot Mortise and Pocket Mills Combine with Drill Press to Cut Joints / Rockler How-to

    …Slot Mortise Mill and Pocket joinery systems come equipped to make mortises between 1/4" and 3/8". As of 2010, the Zip Slot Mortise Mill runs about $250, and the Pocket Zip Slot Mortise Mill is about $100. The Pocket Zip Slot comes set up to make 1/4" mortises, while the Zip Slot is set up to make…

  10. beadLOCK Pro and Basic Joinery Systems with Adjustable Drill Guide and Mortise Paring Kit / Rockler How-to

    beadLOCK Pro and Basic Joinery Systems with Adjustable Drill Guide and Mortise Paring Kit / Rockler How-to

    …shims to control the position of the holes relative to the face. On the Pro, this is done by sliding and locking the drill guide assembly into position. Adding all the shims to the Basic will make the center of your mortise about 1-1â 16" from the face, on center. The Pro allows you to get to the…

  11. Why Would You Use Split Mortise and Tenon and Glue Breadboard Joints in a Bookcase / Rockler How-to

    Why Would You Use Split Mortise and Tenon and Glue Breadboard Joints in a Bookcase / Rockler How-to

    …Would You Use Split Mortise and Tenon and Glue Breadboard Joints in a Bookcase posted on December 1, 2008 by Frank Grant Q: I have two questions regarding a tabletop board on a bookcase. First, why use the split tenon/mortise design as opposed to a continuous tenon and mortise? Second, wouldn't…

  12. Glossary of Cabinet Hinge Terms / Rockler How-to

    Glossary of Cabinet Hinge Terms / Rockler How-to

    to how far or to what angle a door will open. Some hinges will allow the doors to open farther allowing for better access to the contents of the cabinet. Back to Top 270 Degree Hinge: This refer to a hinge that allows the door a full movement of 270 degees which allows it to open all the way to the…

  13. A European Hinge for Lipped Doors / Rockler How-to

    A European Hinge for Lipped Doors / Rockler How-to

    …Related posts New European Style Hinge for Lipped Cabinet Doors New European Hinge Offers a Compact Cure for Door Slam Concealed Hinge Selection Guide How to Choose the Right Blum Hinge for Your Cabinet Doors 2 thoughts on “A European Hinge for Lipped Doors” * Ashley Towery January 24,…

  14. How to Use Cyanoacrylate Glue for Temporary Box Hinge Leaf Alignment / Rockler How-to

    How to Use Cyanoacrylate Glue for Temporary Box Hinge Leaf Alignment / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * How to Use Cyanoacrylate Glue for Temporary Box Hinge Leaf Alignment How to Use Cyanoacrylate Glue for Temporary Box Hinge Leaf Alignment posted on December 1, 2010 by Woodworker's Journal To help keep hinges set while you're lining them up for marking, a little CA glue in the holes will…

  15. New European Style Hinge for Lipped Cabinet Doors / Rockler How-to

    New European Style Hinge for Lipped Cabinet Doors / Rockler How-to

    …cabinet doors - an important consideration if you're planning to update a set of 60 year old cabinets. European hinges are also one of the easiest to install of any type of hinge. There are no time-consuming mortising operations or the need for dead-on accuracy if the hinge and door to are going to

  16. Carpenter Kudos for the Lid Stay Torsion Hinge / Rockler How-to

    Carpenter Kudos for the Lid Stay Torsion Hinge / Rockler How-to

    …of hardware. With Lid-Stay, all you need are the hinges. Similar in concept to the hinges on a laptop, they'll hold a good sized toy box lid open in any position that you leave it. Better still, they couldn't be simpler to install â no mortises or special cuts required. And if you pick up a Lid…

  17. Shop Fox W1671 Benchtop Mortiser Has Large Motor for Mortising Power / Rockler How-to

    Shop Fox W1671 Benchtop Mortiser Has Large Motor for Mortising Power / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Shop Fox W1671 Benchtop Mortiser Has Large Motor for Mortising Power Shop Fox W1671 Benchtop Mortiser Has Large Motor for Mortising Power posted on August 1, 2010 by Chris Marshall HP/Speed: 3/4; 3450 RPM Standard Stroke: 8-1â 2" Max. Chisel Center to Fence: 4" Weight: 90 lbs 2010 Price:…

  18. Mortising and Sanding with a Drill Press / Rockler How-to

    Mortising and Sanding with a Drill Press / Rockler How-to

    to excessive downward force, as with a mortising attachment, or to side thrust, as with a sanding drum, you're pushing the limits of the machine. Depending on how much or how hard you use these attachments you may find that the quill bearings and other parts wear out more quickly. You just have to

  19. Top Trim Routing Techniques: Mortising Inlays / Rockler How-to

    Top Trim Routing Techniques: Mortising Inlays / Rockler How-to

    …Techniques: Mortising Inlays Top Trim Routing Techniques: Mortising Inlays posted on December 1, 2010 by Chris Marshall Cutting thin, flush inlays requires small cuts and precision, which makes the trim router the perfect tool for this job. Inlays require a shallow excavation to seat them flush…

  20. Understanding Hinges / Rockler How-to

    Understanding Hinges / Rockler How-to

    Hinges (For doors concealing pull-out shelving) Surface Mount Hinges Wraparound Hinges (No mortise for Euro-style applications) and many more... How Many Hinges Per Door? The number of hinges you require will be contingent upon the height and weight of your doors. Use this chart to determine how

  21. How to Use Parallel Pencil Lines to Cut Perfectly Centered Mortises without Measuring / Rockler How-to

    How to Use Parallel Pencil Lines to Cut Perfectly Centered Mortises without Measuring / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * How to Use Parallel Pencil Lines to Cut Perfectly Centered Mortises without Measuring How to Use Parallel Pencil Lines to Cut Perfectly Centered Mortises without Measuring posted on February 1, 2010 by Woodworker's Journal With a few parallel pencil lines and quick sight testing you can…

  22. How to Make a Handy Homemade Spacer for Your Mortising Chisel / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Handy Homemade Spacer for Your Mortising Chisel / Rockler How-to

    …/ * How to Make a Handy Homemade Spacer for Your Mortising Chisel How to Make a Handy Homemade Spacer for Your Mortising Chisel posted on October 1, 2011 by Woodworker's Journal A kitchen magnet is a simple, reusable spacer for your mortiser chisel. Mortiser chisels cut better if you use a spacer to

  23. RTS Engineering Multi-Position Guide Stop Adds Mortising Stops to the Festool Domino / Rockler How-to

    RTS Engineering Multi-Position Guide Stop Adds Mortising Stops to the Festool Domino / Rockler How-to

    …Stop Adds Mortising Stops to the Festool Domino RTS Engineering Multi-Position Guide Stop Adds Mortising Stops to the Festool Domino posted on December 1, 2010 by Woodworker's Journal RTS Engineering and Waterfront Woods' MGS-20 Multi-Position Guide Stop adds multiple guide stops to your Festool…

  24. Delta 14-651 Benchtop Mortiser Features Easy Headstock Auger Drill Bit Chuck / Rockler How-to

    Delta 14-651 Benchtop Mortiser Features Easy Headstock Auger Drill Bit Chuck / Rockler How-to

    …access to the headstock, making chucking the auger bit simple. Chucking in the auger bit is a breeze, thanks to a forward facing and spacious opening in the headstock. The access door swings wide, and it stays closed with a strong magnet. The fence on my test mortiser was properly flat and square to

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