Barbed hinges are usually used on wooden or plastic boxes and cases. These hinges are inset into a narrow kerf slot cut or molded into each half of your case and are practically invisible while providing a secure closure. Saw blades to cut the Kerf and installation instructions are shown below.
For the #1791 Hinge a 2" diameter x .022" thick jewelers slotting saw is commonly used to put a kerf in the box. Slot width may need adjustment depending upon the hardness of the mounting surface.
Either blade can be held in the available Blade Arbor which can be mounted in a drill press or other woodworking machine. A spring loaded mechanism readily accepts saw blades with hole diameters of 1/2"-5/8"-3/4"-7/8" and 1". Blades are firmly secured in position with a hex head screw (wrench provided). This arbor has a 1/2" shank for your machine and is 2-3/8" overall length.
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