The door is usually assembled on the side in three different ways (fig. 1, 2, 3). Each of these assemblies has its own constant. This constant is the distance between the arm depth and the corner of the cup with the hinge closed. As shown in the figures, each assembly has its own constant, which is set by the different arm heights. (1) Full overlay arm: it has the highest constant to overlay the whole side. (2) Half overlay arm: intermediate constant to overlay part of the side. (3) Full inset arm: minimum constant for embedded doors. This is the distance from the 35-mm cup hole to the door edge. This value is variable according to the margins for each type of hinge. These margins are specified on the hinge diagrams in the catalogue. The front-side corner of the door has a slight lateral displacement. This displacement must be respected in order to open the door. Main factors affecting this displacement are door thickness (g) and distance to the edge (b). See charts in every case. This is the minimum required drilling depth for a hinge Cup. Depending on the hinge, this value may be 10.5 or 12.5 mm. CONSTANT (K) DISTANCE TO THE EDGE (B) CUP DRILLING DEPTH (H) LATERAL DOOR DISPLACEMENT (F) HINGE GROUP Factors to consider when choosing a hinge. 20 CATALOGUE 2023