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I made these monitor support arms for my PC out in my garage.
<p>The idea are really awesome, support arms are really great. A detailed instructions on how you plan, materials used and how you assembled it will really help a searching DIY persons like me,who likes to read instructions and apply it once and not repeating the error thrice. Thanks for a quick glimpse of idea ^_^V</p>
Wow. Your brackets look more substantial and professionally-made than most commercial systems. And I love how the full adjustability makes them usable in the future even if you change monitors or totally rearrange things.
Thanks. I kind of cheaped out on the second arm (the one on the right) because I wanted to get going. I wanted the adjustability for when I scale stuff across both screens. It drives me crazy if it isn't aligned. I looked at a lot of commercial systems to get ideas for how to make the ones I made. The first stuff I made had a fatal design error so I had to scrap it all. <br> <br>I'm still using what I presented here, and so far so good. I haven't even gotten around to redoing the second arm like I told myself I was going to. It's OK.
This is an excellent and clever idea! <br> <br>I don't understand why I didn't see this instructable when published. I enter many (3 or more) times a day to look RECENT.
Lately I have the idea this site does not like me anymore. I no longer receive email notifications of replies to my articles or comments. I have to go through my browser history now and again to see what is going on. That is why it took me 10 days to respond to you here!

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