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Monitor Mount

by alex_93v Oct 7, 2014
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Excellence work! Thanks for sharing!

nice construction, what's the maximum weight tested yet?

Hey this looks great! Thank you for uploading your model..
Which material and how much fillin did you use to print it?
I'm planing to use it for a 22" Monitor... wondering if it works ;)

what kind of elastic material or spring do you recommend using to keep the thing taught and able to hold up the heavy monitor?

love the design
only problem i am having is the base is too thin at the point where it holds the rods
if you tighten the screws the sides have a tenancy to break
if the side supports were the same thickness as the trapezoid that would fix it id say

i have tried to download the files in package form and the triangle file alone. both files come out corrupt shows correct in box until you click to print it and middle of triangle disappears. size downloads a lot smaller then shows on page as well.

That's weird... Check the scale, all of my drawings are in millimeters. which software are you using?

With a little adaptation this could make a nice mount for a tablet

Hello, your creation is beautiful, i like and would like to use it on a vertical wall, do you thing there is a possibility to adjust to fit a vertical wall instead of the horizontal ceiling?


Sure I can adjust it... You're gonne use a laptop monitor? I'm asking just to make sure you're aware that this creation is not made for heavy weights..

Hello Alex, i will be using that on pc monitor, but i will replace some parts by metal made equivalents (the rods for example) to make the structure able to handle the weight.