Some customers do not understand the difference between self-locking and limiting functions for the hinge. The two are similar, but they both play different roles. Here are some differences between self-locking and limit functions.
The hinge can be rotated and stopped at a certain angle at will. For example, the hinge of a notebook computer can be smoothly rotated on the screen of the notebook stand. It can be stopped at every angle, but this is not a self-control Because of the lock function, some customers think that arbitrary pause is self-locking. This kind of wrong statement is wrong.
Self-locking. Simply put, add a bump on the shaft so that when the shaft rotates, it will make a "click" sound. This is a pause; you can Imagine that when the shaft rotates, it needs to pass through this bump to make a "click" sound. This is the self-locking function.
There is one more thing to pay attention to. It is recommended that every 90° be a point at the interval of the self-locking points of the customized hinge.
Limit: The rotation angle is fixed and limited, such as a one-word damping shaft, which rotates 360°, and the shipping angle is only 90°, and a limit can be added at 90°. The rotation angle of the shaft is within 90°.