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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post

i just use the default stand that comes with the monitor and drill 4 holes on the backplate(CAREFULLY)

with adhesive double sided tape, no problems so far and i have 3x1 for a year. have my 4th waiting for the 5th monitor so i can 5x1.


So you remove the big clump of electronics in the box. Drill four holes, and how do you fasten the box again after you've drilled the holes?
post #662 of 716
Also, get ready for this to become your best friend.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/3M-Scotch-1-in-x-1-66-yds-Extreme-Mounting-Tape-414-DC/203405976
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post #663 of 716
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Originally Posted by totemized View Post

So you remove the big clump of electronics in the box. Drill four holes, and how do you fasten the box again after you've drilled the holes?

no, just drilled it with little force and use the screws to do the finishing drill.



oh and also:




post #664 of 716
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Originally Posted by axiumone View Post

Also, get ready for this to become your best friend.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/3M-Scotch-1-in-x-1-66-yds-Extreme-Mounting-Tape-414-DC/203405976
Yeah, I've bought some of that as a backup! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post

no, just drilled it with little force and use the screws to do the finishing drill.



oh and also:
Isnt that a bit risky? Drilling straight into your electronics?

Thanks for the answers ^_^
post #665 of 716
not really, i just didn't drill it all the way through. somewhere around where you can see a little hole. then use the actual screws to finish the it without the fear of damaging the insides.

oh and:


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Originally Posted by totemized View Post

Yeah, I've bought some of that as a backup! smile.gif
Isnt that a bit risky? Drilling straight into your electronics?

Thanks for the answers ^_^



i used the lowest torque possible so it stops when a hole is made.



something like this is the result
Edited by jordzkie05 - 10/30/15 at 2:23am
post #666 of 716
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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post

not really, i just didn't drill it all the way through. somewhere around where you can see a little hole. then use the actual screws to finish the it without the fear of damaging the insides.

oh and:
i used the lowest torque possible so it stops when a hole is made.



something like this is the result

Oh, cool! And can you can swirl it around etc with the VESA mount?
post #667 of 716
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Originally Posted by totemized View Post

Oh, cool! And can you can swirl it around etc with the VESA mount?

yeah, as long as you properly use the double sided tape. like underneath the metal housing + the sides.
post #668 of 716
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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post

yeah, as long as you properly use the double sided tape. like underneath the metal housing + the sides.
U should make a tutorial smile.gif
I'd love to have the same functions as a monitor with its VESA.

I didnt understand how you used your doublesided tape though. Can u go step by step how u did it?
Sorry if thats too much to ask for :/
post #669 of 716
the whole metal housing is just tacked by an aluminum tape(for vg248qe at least), take it out, put a double sided tape underneath the housing edges.


just make an alignment with a pen to properly put it back on.
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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post

the whole metal housing is just tacked by an aluminum tape(for vg248qe at least), take it out, put a double sided tape underneath the housing edges.


just make an alignment with a pen to properly put it back on.

Ah, cheers!
I'll try that when I get home
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