invisible hinge

invisible hinge

[in¦viz·ə·bəl ′hinj]
(design engineering)
A door hinge whose parts are not exposed when the door is closed.
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invisible hinge

A hinge so constructed that no parts are exposed when the door is closed.
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References in classic literature ?
The door moved upon invisible hinges, and Fouquet appeared.
An invisible hinge design allows a ring to open and close to fit perfectly at the base of the finger.
The piece incorporates a concealed mechanism - an invisible hinge design, which allows a ring to open and close to fit snugly at the base of the finger.
The SOSSentinal is a line of electronic monitoring hinges introduced for the SOSS Invisible Hinge line and made by Universal Industrial Products Co.
The piece incorporates a concealed mechanism - an invisible hinge design which allows a ring to open and close to fit snugly at the base of the finger.
SOSSentinel is a line of electronic monitoring hinges introduced for the SOSS Invisible Hinge Line, and manufactured by Universal Industrial Products Co.