Flexure-based stages and mechanisms are applied in precision motion control and alignment tasks, spanning various fields like lithography, metrology instruments, mass balances, telescope mirror positioning, and medical devices. These mechanisms rely on material deformation for movement, providing benefits such as frictionless operation, minimal play, limited or no hysteresis, and motion unaffected by contaminants. Designing these flexure mechanisms involves considering parameters like volume, dynamics, lifetime, stresses in the flexural elements, range of travel, parasitic motion, rotation center shift, and load-bearing capability. Thus, a diverse range of design and analysis approaches is necessary to ensure functionality. This tutorial delves into the design considerations for large-stroke flexure hinges, providing practical, model-based guidelines.