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Monitor/Keyboard Hanger

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Monitor/Keyboard Hanger by jlwilliams03 Apr 3, 2013
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This is a quick two part hanger to allow you to hang your keyboard off of your monitor to free up desk space.

Print out two of each and attach to monitor and keyboard.

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how did you go about attaching them to your monitor and keyboard? I like the idea, but it seems that I would need to permanently affix them? I was thinking command strips, but worry those might not stick well enough.

I used an epoxy like glue to attach them (they are never coming off!). Both the keyboard and monitor were old, so I did not mind. If one of the pieces breaks I think I could snap them off and replace them.

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