The Trend Hinge Jig is a portable template set designed for recessing hinges in wooden doors and frames.
Used on-site and in joinery shops to increase productivity with excellent results. Four apertures for fire door requirements. No need for marking out in the conventional way. Quick and simple to set-up as the hinge is used as the pattern.
Clean and accurate recesses are achieved every time. Suitable for timber based doors and square butt hinges. Use with a light duty router with 1/4inch collet.
Long reach router cutter required, 12 mm diameter with 70 mm overall length.
Angled position slots to prevent creep.
Patent No. GB2285410.
Hinge Sizes Possible:
- 67 mm Min (2 5/8in)
- 127 mm Max (5in)
- 9.5 mm Min (3/8in)
- 35 mm Max (1 3/8in)
Door Sizes Possible:
- 1955 mm Min ( 6ft 5in)
- 2032 mm Max (6ft 10in)
- 16 mm Min (5/8in
- 44 mm Max
4 x Apertures
2 x Bradawls
1 x 16 mm Guide bush
1 x T-Handle hex key
1 x 4 mm Spacing Gauge
1 x Plastic Storage Tube
We deliver throughout the UK and standard delivery times are 2-5 working days. We try to exceed this delivery time wherever we can. We also offer a express delivery service when available giving a next working day service if ordered before 1 pm. Confirmation of delivery will be made on receipt of the order.
We will always try to exceed our stated delivery times where possible or dispatch orders for delivery on the next working day after our cut-off whenever possible.
Our returns policy allows you to return any item if it is not what you require within 14 days of receipt. This is as long as it has not been used and is returned in its original undamaged packaging.
Full details are in our Delivery and Returns page.
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Why do we charge delivery?
A great many of our customers purchase multiple products, so if we build the delivery charges into each item we will in effect be charging delivery on every product in their basket. We think it is fairer to charge a single delivery cost for the contents of the whole basket once. Some products do have delivery included; this is typically because they are dispatched from another location, generally direct from the manufacturer, as there are restrictions to how they can be delivered due to their size, or if they are liquids, for example.