you are technically right but I am at a loss as to how else to describe the action. In terms of how it is executed and the resulting finish, hinging describes it very well.
I guess that I am talking about a special case that occurs because of the square to square swing pattern that I am using. In this instance, a Horizontal Hinge does not lay back and isn’t closing. It doesn’t meant that it’s not a Horizontal Hinge?
In regards to Angle and Vertical hinges, I think that there are timing issues that you may have pinpointed with those hinges.1
1 Horizontal always closing-------NO LAYBACK.....2.angle hinge.......measured layback......3.vertical .... no roll..measured layback...........I try to maintain FLW on all hinges ,..with vertical with layback i set-up with left wrist in very strong position and right hand in weak position which allow flw through stroke.EDIT HERE.....hand position most likely will differ between different stroke types
Edited by BROWNMAN, 01 July 2020 - 07:44 PM.