Of course, each VESA arm or monitor position has a different shape, but since VESA is a standard method, almost all of them have the same shape of your bending, so even if this index doesn't work exactly with your support, the way to install it is always the same or, at least, similar too much.
The only thing known is that you need your monitor to have it VESA is an anchor, and that the table where you will place the rain has size 3 inches and that is not the case with plywood, because a minimum of resistance is required to support the weight. Of course, there is also VESA brackets are mounted on the wall
Adjust the shape of the table
The first step to monitor the VESA anchor is to configure the support, that is, the table-mounted part. Usually these supports have a sergeant overlay mechanism: this is a stand-up support on the table, and a low support that can be turned by hand to turn it around.
We just have to turn the sergeant's base open it completely, put the bite on the table until it stops and then turn the lower part to get it right.
This is done, we will have the support used for the table.
It will now depend on the type of support VESA has purchased, but it is generally possible to add part of its structure and attach the component to the monitor. In our example we are using the Silverstone ARM11SC mobile arm with these separated parts.
Cut monitoring support
It's time to prepare for caution, and the first step logically is to break the foundation because we won't need it anymore. This depends on each focus, but is usually between one and four scales to eliminate. In some monitors such as Dell, of course, it is necessary to remove the base (which is removed by pressing the button, without any loops) to reach the four scales of the VESA anchor, but it is generally possible that these are already straightforward to view.
Now we simply put part of the support in the holes and wrap it in screws provided with the VESA arm / support (they always come with it).
We now have two components installed, and we will need to measure them only so that the monitor is already on VESA's arm / support.
As a general rule we won't have to look for anything, they just press under pressure when it's a moving arm, or they'll be fine if it's a steady support.
Once we have done this, we will now have to connect the wires only. It's amazing if the arm / support includes small strings or implants for these (which is today so common that we are able to hide the wires and, most of all, that they have a twist when what we have is a moving arm, so that we can move it without any strings).