In the market there are many visors or track parameters, but they are similar to those that are standard and do not fit well with your monitor model, or are less specific and consequently more expensive. In any case, their prices range from 80 euros to 120 euros in the last case. Anyway, make up your own opinion of the guard it won't cost you 10 euros, and you will only need to invest a few minutes to do it If you have less skill.
Here are the things you'll need for this mod:
- Foil cardboard black pen (essential for blackout) in size DIN A2, but it will definitely depend on the size of your track.
- The adhesive tape is black (not important anymore) of the fabric (similar to tape, but darker). Also known as "conversation."
- Ruler, cutter, pencil, square and bevel (optional, depending on the form you want to give it is probably only legally appropriate). This is for sure you have at home.
How to create guard rails
Now you have to measure by ruler or by tape measure or meter the outer dimensions of the screen frame, that is, you need to measure the width of the exterior, or the dimensions you like are the width and height.
For example, the monitor is 55 centimeters wide and 40 cm high. We will need three pieces. (one above two, to be the same). Now all you have to do is transfer those steps to a cardboard pen and use width 15 inches. In other words, using our example, you'll need to cut a 55 x 15 cm piece, and two pieces of 40 x 15 inches.
In your hand you also use a square and bevel around the side pieces to make it more attractive.
Now, to help you along the edge of the left edge table, place one slice on the other to 90 degree angle and join them with the adhesive tape. Make sure the composite is well protected (although it will not be completely tight because the tape is not hard, it does not happen, once it has been laid it will be perfect).
Once you have given three pieces of sugar, something like this should last. As we said before, don't worry if they bend, because when they come together they will be sharpened and straightened, as long as you cut and cut it well, of course.
Now just introduce the visors to the monitor and, with the same black duct tape, make them stay "trapped" behind the monitor (apparently). When done, they will be repaired and fully functional