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18:31 Nov 26, 2013
English to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general) / Door hinges
English term or phrase: Full Mortise Hinge /butt hinge
A hinge having one leaf mortised into the hinge edge of a door and the other leaf mortised into the rabbet of a frame.
Bei dieser Art von Türband wird ein Lappen in der hinteren Türkante (Anschlagkante) und der andere im Zargenfalz eingelassen.

Verdecktes Einfräsband?
flowerpower
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2Scharnierband
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full mortise hinge /butt hinge
Scharnierband


Explanation:
The expression butt hinge is translated by various sources as Scharnierband.

Whether full mortise can be translated as "voll versteckt" or "verdeckt" is something I'm not too sure of. Both descriptions can be found in connection with Scharnierbände.

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Note added at 5 hrs (2013-11-26 23:38:56 GMT)
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The only other information I found mentions "Nutscharniere" and "Halbnutscharniere" for full mortise and half mortise hinges- but from Chinese companies whose translations are to be treated with utmost care.

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