Small display stand with VESA 75 mount

By drzzzt | Created September 4th, 2020 | Published September 4th, 2020 | Updated September 6th, 2020

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Small display stand with VESA 75 mount for 10-12" displays

1 hr 30 min

Easy

6

Category

Electronics

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2x IKEA APTITLIG cutting boards or any other 1x 12mm wooden board 1x M6 screw 45mm 4x M4 10mm screws to hold the display Washers 1x M6 T-Nut (Einschlagmutter) or if you can't get one a normal M6 Nut sanding paper wood oil
SO 1/8" or 3mm spiral upcut router bit smaller than 4mm sanding paper wood oil
Since I used two IKEA cutting boards as material, I arranged the parts so they would fit nicely. Use any router bit smaller than 4mm (I used 1/8" / 3,175mm) or otherwise you won't be able to cut the dogbones (4mm). The pockets can be done as an inside cut with 0.1mm offset. I just drew them as pockets to remind myself to use an offset for a better fit. I'd recommend to round the back of the knob like shown in the picture, makes fastening much easier. If you can't get a T-Nut you could use the hexagonal pocket from the knob and exchange the T-Nut pocket in one of the arms for it and use a normal nut. The two small holes in the VESA mount are for optional screws. I glued everything together and did not need them. Cut all holes and pockets with spiral cut.

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