I am still working on my model of a ride-on mower, which has a seat that looks like this:
As you can see, the seat is mounted onto an inclined surface, which I realised to my satisfaction and which causes the seating area of the seat to be inclined as well. However, this means if I build the back of the seat in a rectangular manner, it will be inclined forwards, which is unrealistic (and uncomfortable for the driver). Therefore I need to tilt it backwards.
I have a 6×1 wall mounted onto one side of a regular 6×n plate and want to tilt it by at least 10° and at most 40°. With regular hinges, this looks like this:
However, if I use regular hinges, the result is not very robust and the wall falls down easily. I am therefore looking for a more robust solution.
- Whatever is needed to tilt the wall may not extend below the plate. (I need that place for something else, namely the complicated mounting.)
- Whatever is needed to tilt the wall may extend somewhat forward (onto the plate) on the sides (resembling the above seat) but not backwards.
- All components should be available in black. (I used red in the examples for better visibility.)
- The inclination may begin somewhat above the plate.