Been a busy week so far, but had a chance to take a closer look at the innards of the monitor tonight, particularly the steel casing.
There was a glimmer of hope when I noticed the tabletop was a little wider than the unit overall, which would just about let the screen fit centrally with some careful use of the router. Problem is, the monitor is thicker than the tabletop, so there would need to be a little wood cut from the side of the unit, which would look terrible.
So, off out to the garage for some experimentation - it looks like some very careful sawing could remove the section around the control panel, allowing for an easy central fit on the tabletop. Not doing it tonight though, going to get a few nice fine-toothed blades for my saw first.
- Chop there!
- Access to tools!
- Heart & Soul
- To chop or not to chop?
- Not going to be easy...
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- Checking sizes
- MALM 2-drawer unit
- Basic ingredients
- Working prototype
- ▼ April (14)