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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2017, 14:14 
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Unfortunately there is not. The WSGF is the sole global seller for our stands. I don't have any agreements with any local resellers to stock the stand.


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 Post subject: 3, 27" & 1 up top 34"
PostPosted: 11 Feb 2017, 05:45 
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Hey internet,

I am about to purchase from WSGF and just wanted to ask about the right stand for my monitors.

I have 3, 27" Asus PG279Q's and 1, 34" Asus PG348Q

Which stand setup would let me be able to set this up with 3, 27' down the bottom in landscape and the 34' up top also in landscape?

If you could post back with a 'dot point' list of everything I would need that would be perfect :-)

Thanks in advanced, appreciate the help and feed back


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PostPosted: 11 Feb 2017, 18:14 
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I did this:

https://goo.gl/photos/wuSjyzb1mUddjaQA9

This is a Dell monitor stand which you may or may not be able to find anymore. It slides nearly perfectly in to the top of the triple monitor stand if you remove the plastic top plug.

Then you can drill a single hole through the side of both tubes and screw in a metal screw.

I also removed the flat stand from the bottom (4 screws) and drilled 4 holes in the desk. Placed a metal plate under the desk and put screws up through the desk in to the stand so there is no base. Much sturdier this way as it would be pretty top heavy otherwise.

https://goo.gl/photos/UCSYRvnNJhoQr9kS8

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PostPosted: 11 Feb 2017, 20:21 
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@Cinnabuns;

Thank you for replying, you've helped a lot, screwing into the bottom of the desk and attaching a metal plate via 4 screws is something I was planning on doing for sure.
As for the dell monitor stand I'm still currently looking though I think this will end to no avail, if anyone else has any idea on what I could purchase to achieve my dream stand setup just hit that 'reply to post' button.

Again I'll note that I will need you to specifically for point it and link me to the items.

I really thought I could do this with the WSGF V2 stand :/


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PostPosted: 26 Feb 2017, 23:20 
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Finally got my stand installed yesterday, loving it well worth the money.

I did notice though the left monitor doesn't seem to be straight, it's angled down to the the left more, I did try to get the arm as straight as I could but when I tightened the clamp it was raising it slightly to the right. From the outter edge the left monitor is 2cm lower than the right, could it be because the arm is slightly higher on the right side and with the monitor weight it's amplified it?


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PostPosted: 02 Mar 2017, 02:41 
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Fixed my problem. Noticed the plate for the tube clamp was off by a couple of mm which was throwing the whole arm off, fixed that than after some tweaking I got it setup good enough.

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It is hard getting it perfect because of the middle monitor being different but I think I got it as good as it gets till I replace them.

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PostPosted: 02 Mar 2017, 02:45 
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Sorry I didn't see your post this weekend. Glad you got it sorted. We've seen this issue a few times now with the current batch of stands. I ended up creating a document to show how the arm can be tweaked and adjusted.


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PostPosted: 02 Mar 2017, 02:57 
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DHW wrote:
@Cinnabuns;

Thank you for replying, you've helped a lot, screwing into the bottom of the desk and attaching a metal plate via 4 screws is something I was planning on doing for sure.
As for the dell monitor stand I'm still currently looking though I think this will end to no avail, if anyone else has any idea on what I could purchase to achieve my dream stand setup just hit that 'reply to post' button.

Again I'll note that I will need you to specifically for point it and link me to the items.

I really thought I could do this with the WSGF V2 stand :/


The WSGF v2 will do 3x1-L with 27" and a 34" (above or below). You'll need the HD Pivot for the 34". You can also drill through your desk for a cleaner look with the Thru-Desk Mount.

Stand: http://www.wsgf.org/products/wsgf-ultim ... k-stand-v2
HD Pivot: http://www.wsgf.org/products/hd-adjustable-pivot
Thru-Desk: http://www.wsgf.org/products/thru-desk-mount-option


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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2017, 21:30 
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Hello!

I am getting ready to purchase new monitors and I am looking for a desk stand that will fit what I want to do. Lucky enough I watched JayzTwoCents video on the UDS v2 and it seems like it will do what I want.

First, Can I fit two 38" LG ultrawide's on the top and bottom in a 3+1 setting?
Second, how comfortable is it to look up at the +1 or top monitor 8+ hours a day? I started a new job, working from home, with a company supplied iMac and I would like to add a "work" monitor to the top of the stand but have concerns about fatigue after a few hours.

Thank you for your responses in advance! I hope this stand is the one for me!

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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2017, 21:38 
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Thanks for the inquiry. I've not tried the 38" panels yet. LG lists them as 15.5" tall. This is just within the 16" heigh limit. Depending on how high you want to set the monitors, you may want to pick up the 48" pole from Ergotech. They used to offer a 36", but I only see the 48" in the store. You could call to see if they still offer the 36". http://shop.ergotechgroup.com/48-pole-black/

I found that my neck hurt when looking up at my triples (I run "3 over 1"), when using a "regular" office chair. I switched out to a DX Racer chair that offers head and neck support, and it's been MUCH better.


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