Rockler shows an item in its catalogue and online identified as a "folding
door hinge" (part # 30041). The description states that it is adjustable
for a gap of 1/8" to 0" which seems inconsistent with the illustration.
I need to mount a door panel on a sink base where the hinge side of one
(left) door will extend 4" past the cabinet opening. (It's a symmetry thing
dictated by the width of a pull-out occupying the right-hand side of the
cabinet where the opening is wider than the opening on the left side. The
doors will be the same size giving the appearance of equal-sized openings.)
My original thought was to mount the left panel on drawer slides and use it
as a pull out, but a hinged door will be more convenient.
I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has used the folding door hinge
and has a thought as to whether it may work in the application described.
I'll take the chance on the $17 order of a pair of the hinges if it seems
that there is a reasonable chance that they might work.