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This is how I mounted my three, 23"inch computer monitors onto my wall. Using only some simple brackets and a piece of timber. 

Step 1: Attaching the backing plates to the monitors

Attach the backing plate to each monitor using either the 75 x 75 or 100 x 100 holes. 
<p>Where do you get all the monitor mounts? <br>Can you please provide me some links?</p>
<p>This is awesome! going to try this next weekend. where did you get that desk by the way??</p><p>Have been looking for a nice long desk like that for a long time.</p>
thanks aplauche. Unfortunately you wont find a table too similar to mine. I made it myself from recycled timber and the frame from an old science desk from my old school.
<p>Good day...Doing some research to do a similar DYI build.. I was going to do a carbon copy of this DIY, however I don't like how you aren't able to adjust the monitors towards you. (I do a lot of graphics designing and need to see things up close to edit.) I'm wondering how you would go about doing this with adjustable wall mounts such as this ...</p><p><a href="http://www.amazon.com/VideoSecu-Monitor-Articulating-Bracket-ML10B/dp/B000ID7QNI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1406739121&sr=8-2&keywords=wall+mounts+for+monitors" rel="nofollow">http://www.amazon.com/VideoSecu-Monitor-Articulati...</a></p><p>Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I will be mounting 3 LG 22&quot; LED monitors on a wall that is very similar to the size of your room in your photos. </p><p>I'm more or less curious to know if you think I can make it work and how you would go about doing it. Thank you for your time in advance :)</p>
<p>I know you posted this a while back but I am keen to do the same type of project. I have had a hell of a time finding similar mounts as the ones you used. The type of mount is perfect, swivel but not tilt, and slide on. Can you tell me the brand you used?</p>
None of the screws from the brackets go into the studs. These are located below the brackets. They are at least a 45mm timber stud screw. That goes through the timber plate, through the gyprock and into the stud. Don't forget to pre drill. Older homes use hardwood studs which will make putting in a large screw more difficult. Good luck.
Love this DiY ! im about to start doing this tomorrow got everything ready to go .i just have a question. how did you mount the timber into the studs on the wall. by that i mean which of the screws on the brackets are actually going directly from the timber all the way to the stud. I see a lot of screws on the brackets going into the timber but thats it. Here in Us the Studs are like 400mm away from each other (16 inches) . i bought some brackets almost identical to those you are using so im trying to follow everything as close as possible :) please help me out :) thank you
The brackets were purchased at jw computers. The swivel brackets were $25 each and the flat mount was $15. Most electrical stores will sell something similar, even officeworks.
great idea mate, im looking at also doing this, where can i find those brackets, and around how much?? im in Aus, your help will be muchly appreciated
Thanks for the comment and suggestion. Good luck with the installation.
This is a much more cheap and simple solution than some of those expensive triple monitor brackets I currently have dual monitors but will be getting 3 when I upgrade. <br> <br>Definitely going to be using this instructable when the time comes! By the way, I believe a better title would be something like 'Triple monitor wall mount', or something along those lines. <br> <br>Anyway, great instructable!

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