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nhwrecker 09-04-2012 05:58 PM

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I made a temporary support for the control panel, using a 2x4 bolted to the end of a kal-clone brew table, and using a flat screen TV pivoting arm mount (that you can't see in the picture). The control panel can swivel 180 degrees for storage.

I eventually will have the panel on the wall, but need to stud and sheet rock first. Project is definitely still on-going, and not operational yet.


SmoothCrown 09-05-2012 12:05 AM

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Z-clips. They are used in woodworking to mount panels and whatnot. They are incredibly strong. They aren't really visible either. Plus a lot cheaper than a vesa mount. Here is a link http://www.orangealuminum.com/panel-clips.html


SmoothCrown 09-05-2012 12:05 AM

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Z-clips. They are used in woodworking to mount panels and whatnot. They are incredibly strong. They aren't really visible either. Plus a lot cheaper than a vesa mount. Here is a link http://www.orangealuminum.com/panel-clips.html


kosmokramer 09-06-2012 08:10 PM

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Using a flat panel wall mount


kosmokramer 09-06-2012 08:10 PM

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Using a flat panel wall mount


IrishBrewer74 09-16-2012 10:41 PM

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I mounted my control panel with a part of a satellite dish mounting system. The part on the back of the panel will allow me to add some tilt angle to the panel and allow me to turn it side to side. It is then mounted to a patio mount stand. The plan will be to have the bottom bracket behind the panel and out of the way but I need bricks to counter weight or it will tip over.



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IrishBrewer74 09-16-2012 10:41 PM

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I mounted my control panel with a part of a satellite dish mounting system. The part on the back of the panel will allow me to add some tilt angle to the panel and allow me to turn it side to side. It is then mounted to a patio mount stand. The plan will be to have the bottom bracket behind the panel and out of the way but I need bricks to counter weight or it will tip over.



Attachment 75950



Attachment 75951



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