I need to attach a hinge to our front panel.
I would prefer to attach the hinge to the back side of the panel using ten #6 tapped holes.
While it would probably be ok to use through holes, I would like to use blind holes to hide the end of the #6 screws.
I am using 4mm black anodized material.
How deep can I make the blind hole without breaking through?
Complete Networks, Inc.
Posted By: David Petticord on Jun 05, 2009 04:09PM Category: Production
The deepest blind hole you can make for your particular application is 3.5mm.
Posted By: Leland Savage on Jun 06, 2009 01:42AMReply
Thank You for the information.
Unfortunately, the screw would hit bottom at 3.5mm
A through hole isn't a big deal. I will do that.
Posted By: David Petticord on Jun 06, 2009 04:33PMReply