Step 1: Dismantling the Exterior of the Monitor
Step 2: Creating the Frame
screws (size up to you)
Metal Frame at 90 degree angle
Large sheet of plexiglass (enough to easily cover your monitor at least two times over)
Any tools ranging from Dremel, Hammer, Glasses, Mask
See First Picture
Once you have these materials go to your workshop and measure out where you will place your screws. I made holes for five screws spaced about 2 inches apart. But you can space them out according to the weight of your monitor and how long your frame will be.
See Second Picture
Once you have measured and made the holes in your frame, you will need to shape the frame to your desired angle. My angle was somewhere in the range of 70 degrees. This is so the monitor will be at a slight angle so it will not tip towards you. But make sure it is not at too small of an angle because then the monitor will not fit in.
Step 3: Screwing in the Plexiglass and Monitor
Cut your sheet of plexiglass to cover your monitor easily. Use the excess for the base of the new monitor. This will balance out your monitor so it will not tip over. Place both pieces into the frame to mark where the screws will go, then drill in some holes with a drill. Then, when all this is complete, screw in your monitor and plexiglass to the frame.
Step 4: The Finished Product
Thanks for reading my Instructable. This was my first instructable EVER so please let me know how i did! Thanks!