I am trying to plan this build of a small cabinet with a single door at the bottom.
As you can see the door, when closed, should only partially cover the carcass. Carcass is 3/4" and I would like to get roughly half of it covered (9 or 10mm).
I am reading about half-overlay hinges but it seems that they have a specific application (namely side-to-side cabinets with single panel). Also, when looking online I see graphs with a multitude of letters and measures which base the overlay on the distance you drill the hinge hole.
This is an example:
From the graph on the left I guess that if I want a 9.5mm overlay, I need to bore the hole at 3mm from the edge (i.e., 3mm + 17.5mm to the center) and I need to get a 4.5mm high cruciform plate. What are P and S in that picture? Can I use the half overlay to get a similar overlay?
Other diagrams I find online are even more confusing (someone use H, D and K)
Any help is appreciated.