Both Leaf Half-Swaged Hinge

Swaging is the process of forming of one or both hinge leaves toward or beyond the center of the pin. In the case of a both leaf half-swaged hinge, both leaves are swaged toward the center of the hinge pin by approximately the radius of the pin.

Like a one leaf full-swaged hinge, a hinge with both leaves half-swaged has the minimum clearance between the leaves when the leaves are in the parallel position. Another characteristic of a hinge with both leaves half-swaged is that both leaf widths are slightly longer than those of a plain or standard assembly hinge because both leaves are swaged.

Why are hinges with both leaves half-swaged useful? For spaces in which a little extra leaf coverage is helpful or for applications in which the opened door needs to lay flush against the cabinet, for example, hinges with both leaves half-swaged fit the requirements without having to customize the hinge configuration.

Marlboro Manufacturing both standard stock and fabricates custom hinges with both leaves half-swaged. Customization options include:

  • Hinge configuration: butt, strap, continuous, weld-on, or slip-joint
  • Leaf lengths, including uneven leaf lengths
  • Piercings, bends, laser cutting, or notches
  • Pin options, including pin material, multiple pin configurations, and pin retention options
  • Fastener options
  • Plating options

Contact us today for a both leaf half-swaged hinge

Contact us with your questions or for more information about hinges with both leaves half-swaged. At Marlboro Manufacturing, we’re committed to providing the highest quality hinges—either in stock or by fabricating them to your exact specifications—in the shortest timeframe possible for the most competitive price.

We’re proud of our products. We’re confident that our hinge experts can answer your questions and can help you specify hinges for your project. We’re committed to excellent customer service. Marlboro Manufacturing wants to be your source for both leaf half-swaged hinges. Request a quote today.

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