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Old Wed 02 October 2013, 23:29
lonestaral
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Isarn
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Computer stand

There was an stand for some old piece of hairdressing equipment
hanging around for years.
I was wondering how I was going to mount and position the computer for the machine.
This is the result.

I tried it out this morning, it works well.
Might need some new wheels unless the spray oil works its magic.
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Old Thu 03 October 2013, 00:03
KenC
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Klang
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Nice salvage
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Old Thu 03 October 2013, 00:15
Alan_c
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Grabouw (Western Cape)
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Nice idea, just make some arrangement to secure the monitor to the table, if the trolley moves those monitors like to topple off and they don't seem to like it very much when that happens :-)
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Old Thu 03 October 2013, 02:25
KenC
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Klang
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It sounds like Alan had some bad experience with fallen monitor
Adding more weight at the base or migrate your control penal to the side of your PC should do the trick.
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Old Thu 03 October 2013, 03:20
lonestaral
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Isarn
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Anti Jolt

A valid point.

Gravity takes no prisoners.
This should help.

Hard wood lipping added to 3 sides.
Hardwood splinter added to left index finger(ouch).
Pivoting anti jolt bar added.
Not earthquake proof but it should help with minor jolts.
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Old Thu 03 October 2013, 06:55
darren salyer
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Wentzville mo
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Nice!!
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Old Fri 11 October 2013, 20:27
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