MadManOriginal wrote:My only concern would be if the clamps will hold tight enough to keep the monitors from rotatiing forward. I guess you'll find out!
drfish wrote:I did find out that while my makeshift VESA brackets worked after a little adjustment to the holes I drilled yesterday it turns out that the conduit hangers don't quite have the clamping force I thought they would. The problem is that the side opposite the one the bolt goes though just opens up more since it's not bolted. I could fix this with a pin or self taping screw as mentioned, but since I want to maintain some adjustment I'm going to first try a wrap or two of duct tape around the area I will put the clamp, hopefully that will add just enough friction but I could also try some grip tape as well.
SpotTheCat wrote:That stretch looks weird. You almost need three separate planes of view.
drfish wrote:Small modification I did yesterday, attached the whole stand to a base instead of having it bolted to my desk. I'm liking it a lot better further back but I have the option to move it around a bit if so desired. This setup is going to be a lot better for general use and for non-FPS games. The base was an old section of my desk that I wasn't using anymore so it worked out perfect.
Also also included some shots I took from L4D2.
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