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    Euro hinges for beginners - part II

    Good day

    Continued from part I....

    Regards
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    Last edited by Vaughn McMillan; 09-30-2008 at 08:45 AM. Reason: Added a link to Part I of the tutorial.

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    Another great tutorial, Niki.

    If you'd like, we can merge Part I and Part II into a single thread. That way, the whole tutorial is in a single location. Let me (or one of the Mods) know if you'd like us to do that.
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    I am not seeing the pictures. Does Niki have the pictures going offsite? If so, then maybe my companies web blocker considers the site a porn site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    I am not seeing the pictures. Does Niki have the pictures going offsite? If so, then maybe my companies web blocker considers the site a porn site.
    Bill, it looks like they are hosted on Photobucket. Perhaps your company is filtering that site. (I know my company filters some sites that I sure can't see a reason to filter.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    I am not seeing the pictures. Does Niki have the pictures going offsite? If so, then maybe my companies web blocker considers the site a porn site.
    wipe your eyes bill, maybe you can see beter then thanks nikki for showin us your ideas
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    Nicely done, Niki. Thanks

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    Nice job Niki. This is what I was looking for a few years ago when I started with conceiled hinges. I like the idea of aligning the hinges with the straight edge. This tip will definitely be incorported in future hinge installs.
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    first it doesnt need to be said that this tutorial is Great....

    I did notice something I am interested in...one of your pics shows a door with a light and drill on top.....were both of these battery before and you converted to electric....if so I would be interested in this since I have a few old makitas drills I would like to put back to work...odd question I know TIA

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    Thank you so much for your kind words

    Sorry for the so late reply....the Telephone company decided to make some works on the Internet infrastructure and I didn't have Internet till this morning.

    Vaughn
    I posted it in two parts because I was concerned that, if one will ask a question and I'll reply, he shall have to wait long time for all the pics to be downloaded....just to see the reply....

    But, I think that now (or within a day) you can merge both posts.

    Jerry
    Yeap, you are correct, the flashlight battery is used also to power the drill.
    Not to load this post with more pictures, I'll start a new thread.

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    Niki, you bring up a good point about picture loading times. Instead of merging the threads, I've taken the liberty of adding a link to your first post in this thread, so someone who happens to find this thread in a few months or years can also find Part 1.
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