kitchen doors

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by bigbadleo, Jan 23, 2004.

  1. bigbadleo

    bigbadleo Member

    any one how a good way to measure out for the hinges i asked where they where bought and its 22mm from edge does this sound right as the hinges is 35mm???
  2. WOLF

    WOLF New Member

    are they being retro fitted to existing kitchen cabinets???
    regards matt
  3. bigbadleo

    bigbadleo Member

    no m8 new kitchen altogether not info on them thought ppl who bought thought it would work out cheaper but it hasn't by the time u add ever thing up , told em to goto b+q etc and get a full kitchen cheaper but would they listen :(
  4. Mr Kitchen

    Mr Kitchen New Member

    yep, 22mm from edge of door with 35mm cutter. i use 1 cutter with point to get started and then 1 without to finish hole just incase I overdo it, and hinge plates 36mm in from carcase edge. Remember this is for 15mm carcases, 18mm may vary slightly
  5. WOLF

    WOLF New Member

    are the hinges, the "normal" kitchen hinges???? round disc goes in the door and a plate attatched with 2 screws goes on the carcass...(no i am not being pedantic...there are LOTS of different kitchen hinges, all shapes too!!)if it is the ones that i discribed, then there should, when the door and hinges are assembled, a set of "twin holes" at the point where the hinges are when offered up to the carcass!!!!!!!
  6. bigbadleo

    bigbadleo Member

    got it sorted wee buns worried over nothing
    brought them it 23mm thought also not one of the carcase had the same markings
    bloody cheapies

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