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#1 Richie Leible SOC

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 07:09 AM

Does anybody have a picture they can post of there sled that can show me the way they mounted there lcd monitor to the xcs. Im going to be trying out a Marshall 6.5" and would love to get an Idea. John in the last topic told me I need to take it to a machine shop. Thanks John, I will look into that as well.

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#2 Charles Papert

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 07:58 PM

Timing is everything--Richie, I'm currently working on a universal monitor yoke solution compatible with the standard spud that has some nice features. Unfortunately we are still in the design and prototype stages--it will be a little while I'm afraid.

In the meantime, Nebtek has the intermediate part (http://www.nebtek.com/search.php) that will mate with the XCS stuff. The picture is completely confusing but it's the right part!
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#3 Tom Wills

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 08:31 PM

Charles,

The link you posted just sent us to the search page. I think what you were looking to link to was http://www.nebtek.co...prod=730-ST_MNT . Right?
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Posted 09 September 2010 - 08:44 PM

Charles,

The link you posted just sent us to the search page. I think what you were looking to link to was http://www.nebtek.co...prod=730-ST_MNT . Right?


Hey Charles that's great, I will be waiting for you to post when that mount comes available. In the meantime I ordered that part this afternoon from nebtek. That makes me feel better that you posted exactly what i got. It will have to do for now. Thanks for the help, be in touch with you later.Also thank you Tom as well.

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#5 Charles Papert

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 08:57 PM

ha, thanks Tom. I failed cut-and-paste in grade school. Of course we used scissors and glue back then.
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Posted 25 February 2011 - 12:33 PM

Timing is everything--Richie, I'm currently working on a universal monitor yoke solution compatible with the standard spud that has some nice features. Unfortunately we are still in the design and prototype stages--it will be a little while I'm afraid.

In the meantime, Nebtek has the intermediate part (http://www.nebtek.com/search.php) that will mate with the XCS stuff. The picture is completely confusing but it's the right part!


Hi Charles,

You're right, the picture is confusing. I've updated our site with some new images, including a size comparison. Also we now have the NEBTEK Steadimounts back in stock. Here's a link to the Steadimount product page, thanks for your feedback and support.
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Posted 06 May 2011 - 01:56 PM

I'm currently working on a universal monitor yoke solution compatible with the standard spud that has some nice features. Unfortunately we are still in the design and prototype stages--it will be a little while I'm afraid.


Hi Charles,

I know your priorities and focus have changed since you posted in this thread about manufacturing a monitor yoke however I am wondering if you are still planning to do this. I have a the 6.5" Marshall 651STX and have drawn up nothing in the way of a monitor yoke that's presently available. Quite bizzare... Googling "monitor yokes" brings up nothing except for 17 and 24 inch monitors. Even Marshall has nothing, or so it seems.

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#8 Tom Wills

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Posted 06 May 2011 - 03:31 PM

Hey Andrew,

I could probably work on some plans for you. I've got the same monitor, and I also could use a better mounting system (currently using a tilt head off a monopod... ugly, but it's at least solid when I lock it). Since the monitor's got those screw holes on the sides of it, it might require less parts than the typical yoke mount.
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