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# 181402 14-Oct-2015 13:37
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The brackets are all over amazon etc but size means a re shipper would be crazy expensive.

So anyone seen something like this locally?






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  # 1405684 14-Oct-2015 14:01
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I got one similar to that from the local electrical wholesaler.  Mine was a bit deeper and had a hinge on one side but they had others.



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  # 1405690 14-Oct-2015 14:17
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Was it Russells? That's the only one I can get ok prices at.




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  # 1405699 14-Oct-2015 14:40
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richms: Was it Russells? That's the only one I can get ok prices at.


No it was one of the others but my local Russells has a data section so I'm sure you'll be able to get something.

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  # 1405709 14-Oct-2015 14:51
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richms: Was it Russells? That's the only one I can get ok prices at.


Got to JA Russell and get them to show you the Dynamix catalogue. They can order anything from it.



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  # 1405817 14-Oct-2015 17:40
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Have asked cousin to check next time they are at russells for me ;) Will mean I can sort my cupboard under the stairs out if I can deal with the monitor.




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  # 1405955 14-Oct-2015 21:03
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http://www.cdlnz.com/ wasn't able to find anything like that, unless maybe you re-purposed a blanking panel http://www.cdlnz.com/index.html?do=NETRACKS&code=NR430&view=1&User_Choice=11&skip=11



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  # 1405962 14-Oct-2015 21:09
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The recessing is prettymuch going to be needed so the door will close. The one mentioned with a hinge has me more interested since I would be able to stick shelves behind it and swing it out of the way to access the stuff on the shelves hopefully.

Otherwise I will get 2 blanks and bend them up and make holes in them both to hit the vesa holes myself.




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  # 1405982 14-Oct-2015 22:01
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Considering cable management sticks out a fair way, unless you've got a thick monitor you should be fine



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  # 1405984 14-Oct-2015 22:04
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My only one narrow enough to fit is a thick old dinosaur dell 4:3 1600x1200 one so im pretty sure it would hit the door. Should probably measure it sometime. For the sake of a second 3U blank it wouldnt be a major cost.




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