31 Aug '14, 8am

Homemade Triple Monitor Mount Looks Professionally Made

Homemade Triple Monitor Mount Looks Professionally Made

I can weld, but I made my support arms out of wood anyways. Why use more club for a hole than I need to? I did make the brackets out of steel though. One was really funky, it wasn’t VESA. VESA brackets are easy to make. This was a bit more involved to machine http://www.instructables.com/files/orig/FBF/3MDD/H2WEWSHL/FBF3MDDH2WEWSHL.jpg Look Ma, no welding! Drill and tap it I say. Not that I don’t have three welders that combined run four different processes, because I do. MIG, TIG, stick, and torch. But for the most part I do not weld things together these days. Fasteners are more flexible, and accurate. I don’t mean flexible in the bendy definition of the word either. I’d supply a link to the article this picture is associated with, but if I add two links I get moderated, and fuck being moderated. Under Shelf Dual Monitor Support Arms is the title. You know the site, now ...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/08/31/homemade-triple-monitor-mo...

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