Wood and RTF Cabinet Doors and Refacing Supplies
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Lazy Susan Doors
Lazy Susan Doors

If you have the kind of Lazy Susan door that mounts to a shelving unit and spins around inside the opening, Lazy Susan doors are simple to measure. Simply turn the door around so you can see the back side. Measure from the outside edge of the door to the point where the doors meet in the back ( left diagram A) and from the top to bottom (left diagram B) These doors will butt together so one door will be 3/4" (thickness of the doors) narrower than the other.
Example: If measurement from left diagram A is 11, and left diagram B is 30 then you would order :
1 11 x 30
1 10 1/4 x 30

If you have the kind of Lazy Susan Door that mounts to the outside of the cabinet and both doors swing open with a piano hinge attaching them, it's a little different. Measure one side of the Lazy Susan opening (both sides should be the same, but not always) and add your overlay (usually 1/2") Then subtract 3/4" for the piano hinge to function in the corner (right diagram AA) List your doors separately with hinge boring requested for only one of the doors. You will need to make a note, requesting a square edge profile on one long side of the doors where the piano hinge will attach.

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