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post #671 of 716
I just debezelled my crossover 2795 and I need to tape the housing to the panel, what tape should I use? aluminum foil tape? electrical? gorilla?

thanks in advance
post #672 of 716
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Originally Posted by rogergamer View Post

I just debezelled my crossover 2795 and I need to tape the housing to the panel, what tape should I use? aluminum foil tape? electrical? gorilla?

thanks in advance

as always, a scotch extreme double sided mounting tape.
post #673 of 716
Has anyone any info re iiyama monitors and if its possible to rip them bezzels off? i have 3 x 27 inch, 1 being a 144hz, just want to know if its fairly easy to do?
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Well i took a gamble and quite easily got one apart in 5 mins, next thing is to figure out how to stick the pcb to the panel, i see people use tape and or glue, is this a good method?
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post #675 of 716
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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.



How did you get out the electronics inside before drilling the holes mate? smile.gif
post #676 of 716
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Originally Posted by totemized View Post



How did you get out the electronics inside before drilling the holes mate? smile.gif


i didn't remove the pcb. i just used a drill and limit the torque to the tightest setting and drill lightly till the torque wont let you. it should make a really tiny hole for your screws to finish up.








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Well i took a gamble and quite easily got one apart in 5 mins, next thing is to figure out how to stick the pcb to the panel, i see people use tape and or glue, is this a good method?


use a scotch double sided mounting tape on the metal bottom and on the sides.
post #677 of 716
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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post

i didn't remove the pcb. i just used a drill and limit the torque to the tightest setting and drill lightly till the torque wont let you. it should make a really tiny hole for your screws to finish up.
use a scotch double sided mounting tape on the metal bottom and on the sides.

Sorry for all these questions, and you've already helped so much smile.gif
English is my second language and Im not very handy ^_^ What do you mean by torque? You have a photo you could post for me to see what you used for your holes?
Thanks once again!
post #678 of 716



most if not all, cordless drills have torque limiters built into them. each level from lowest to highest number means the drill the most resistance to least resistance


the most resistance means it slows down on tighter holes/surface

the least resistance means it can go down all the way through regardless of how much weight you put in it while drilling


so what i did is to use the lowest numbered torque to drill the metal sheet and lightly, allowing me to carefully make a little bit of hole so i can switch back to the screw bits provided by the monitor stand to finish the hole and shape the hole corresponding to the screw bit so it will hold .
post #679 of 716
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Originally Posted by jordzkie05 View Post




most if not all, cordless drills have torque limiters built into them. each level from lowest to highest number means the drill the most resistance to least resistance


the most resistance means it slows down on tighter holes/surface

the least resistance means it can go down all the way through regardless of how much weight you put in it while drilling


so what i did is to use the lowest numbered torque to drill the metal sheet and lightly, allowing me to carefully make a little bit of hole so i can switch back to the screw bits provided by the monitor stand to finish the hole and shape the hole corresponding to the screw bit so it will hold .

Ah, thank you so much smile.gif
How did you get your screws through the metal though? As I figure you got to have the screws from the inside of the panel to the outside.
post #680 of 716
i drill it from the top, like i said, i did not drilled it all the way through. i just drilled it till i make a dented little hole and then switch to the screw to finish/widen the hole so it fits.
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