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175H6000- Face frame cam adapter plate – center mount- 0mm height 175H6000- Face frame cam adapter plate (STANDARD HINGE PLATE)

175H6000- Face frame cam adapter plate (HINGE NOT INCLUDED!)

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71B3550- Blum clip top BLUMOTION 71B3550- Blum clip top BLUMOTION- 110 degrees- soft closing

71B3550- Blum clip top BLUMOTION (PLATE NOT INCLUDED!)

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Order one of each piece seen above.

For example, if you have 1 cabinet door with 2 hinges on it, you will need to order 2 hinges, and 2 plates.

Blum Clip Top 107 degree

The frame-less cabinet is measured very similar to the standard face frame cabinets seen in most projects in the USA and Canada. The European/frame-less design eliminated the need for a face frame which allows the hinges to attach to the inside of the cabinet case rather than the inside edge of a face frame. The front edge of the case typically has an edge banding applied to the face to match the exterior wood type of the cabinet box.








SINGLE DOOR ON A SINGLE FRAME-LESS OPENING:


Summary:
OPENING SIZE= 16 1/2" X 33 1/2"
DOOR SIZE= 17 1/2" X 34 1/2"


Measuring is done by taking the opening hole dimensions. For this example we will use an opening (hole) width of 16 1/2" wide by 33 1/2" tall. Next, we will add 1/2" to the left, right, top, and bottom (i.e. add 1" to the width, and add 1" to the height of opening) to get the size of the cabinet door to cover the opening.

Quantity= 1
Width= 16 1/2" + 1"=
17 1/2"
Height= 33 1/2" + 1"=
34 1/2"



PAIR OF DOORS ON A SINGLE FRAME-LESS OPENING:

Summary:
OPENING SIZE= 16 1/2" X 33 1/2"
DOOR SIZES= 8 3/4" X 34 1/2"
(2 doors needed)

Measuring is done by taking the opening hole dimensions. For this example we will use an opening (hole) width of 16 1/2" wide by 33 1/2" tall. Next, we will add 1/2" to the left, right, top, and bottom (i.e. add 1" to the width, and add 1" to the height of opening). This gets us 17 1/2" wide by 34 1/2" tall. Now, lets divide the width by 2 (2 x doors). We now have a width of 8 3/4" and a height of 34 1/2".

***Do not add any gap between the two door, gap should be zero. You will be able to adjust the doors slightly to allow them to barely miss each other when the doors close.

Quantity= 2
Width= (16 1/2" + 1")/2=
8 3/4"
Height= 33 1/2" + 1"=
34 1/2"




Warnings:
Be sure that you have a 1/8" to 1/4" gap between the doors once they are installed on the cabinet (only a very slight hairline gap is needed between a pair of doors covering a single opening). This 1/8" to 1/4" gap between doors will ensure that the door has room to operate freely without rubbing other doors and/or objects.