In an example of the latter, Hampel worked with a customer who was having a problem with dumpster lids breaking along the hinge line, a critical part element.
What does HL stand for?
HL stands for Hinge Line
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A hinge line is positioned between the attached portion and the liftable portion.
And the next time you catch someone doing this, remind them that there's already a warning in the -10-1 TMs that reads: CREWMEMBER WARNING Do not open two skirts at the same time if they have the same hinge line.
The variation in all interlimb angles and hinge line curvilinearity appears to have little consistency, largely because one source of 'noise' is the effect of lithology on fold style.
Later, in 2002, I identified additional "Emydoidea hutchchisoni" material from the Miocene (Barstovian) of Nebraska and suggested that "Emydoidea hutchisoni" was akinetic (lacked a movable plastron) because of the presence of well developed plastral buttresses and lack of a hinge line in a well-preserved plastron (University of Nebraska State Museum [UNSM] 117938).
has added a new Steel Cup series to its System 2000SA concealed hinge line for cabinet applications that call for one-piece hinge design with minimal protrusion.
Shell dorsibiconvex; transverse suboval to almost subrectangular outline, with maximum width between hinge line and midlength; radial ornament multicostellate, with 11-13 rounded ribs per 3 mm along the anterior margin; ventral muscle field large, bilobed, elongate, extended anterior to midlength; cardinal process undivided.