DIY Cubicle Monitor Mount Arm

Jun 12th

DIY Cubicle Monitor Mount Arm – A monitor arm is connected to the wall, the expansion of the screen on the wall and leaving all the unused land space. This creates a cleaner look and is more functional, as it gives you more space to use. A monitor mounting arm is very similar to a mounting arm rotating arm except the screen only has a single arm without turning point, so the screen placed in one direction.

Wall Cubicle Monitor Mount Arm
Wall Cubicle Monitor Mount Arm

Installing a cubicle monitor mount arm is a do it yourself project using common household tools and does not require any technical knowledge. Things you’ll need; stud finder, Pencil, Key, Phillips screwdriver. Use the stud finder to locate a stud or beam wall, under the drywall. Once you find a stud, draw an outline of its position on the wall with a pencil.

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Hold the monitor arm with the face plate wall mounting. The cubicle monitor mount arm has two sides, a silver face with large holes and a silver side with small holes. The side with large holes is the wall plate. The side with the small holes is the display board. Insert the lag bolts (included with the monitor arm) through large holes in the wall plate on the wall and tighten with a wrench. Hold the monitor to the monitor plate so the small holes in the back of the monitor are aligned with the small holes of the screen plate. These holes are called VESA holes and are specifically made to connect the monitor to a wall bracket. Insert the VESA screws (included with the monitor arm) through the holes in the plate VESA monitor and use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the screws on the monitor.