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  • How to make a simple double din screen mount?

    Hey, I am trying to create a neater install for my 7 inch touch screen. This is my first carPC build so I do not really know how build such a mount. I have thought up some ideas but I thought it would be best to ask here before building something. I don't think I have the picture files of the opening or screen but I can give a link to my worklog page, in which one of the most recent posts of mine shows the current way that it is mounted. My goal is to create some sort of mount that will hold the screen securely and neatly. Any suggestions would help! Thanks.

    http://www.mp3car.com/worklogs/15065...k-box-1-a.html
    "It's not worth having if you can't customize it"

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    check out the work logs in my profile. I did a couple of screens in there.

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    • #3
      I have a .063 aluminum kit for that sort of install

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      • #4
        Originally posted by blk02si View Post
        I have a .063 aluminum kit for that sort of install
        How does such a kit attach to the screen itself and then how does the kit also attach to the vehicle?

        My main issue is building a mount that will attach to the screen since I obviously cannot put a screw/bolt through the lcd haha. I have tried some adhesives but do to the summer heat, nothing really seems to hold for very long.
        "It's not worth having if you can't customize it"

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        • #5
          http://www.shocknet.us/chassis_pics.html
          Build Things, it keeps your brain busy.

          AutoPC v1 (Retired) - AutoPC v2 (in progress) - www.shocknet.us

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          • #6
            http://www.shocknet.us/chassis_pics.html
            Build Things, it keeps your brain busy.

            AutoPC v1 (Retired) - AutoPC v2 (in progress) - www.shocknet.us

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