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woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad
woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad
woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad
woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad
woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad

woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad

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      Esta diseado para woodmancastingx ilustradores! Es el brazo ms estable woodmancastingx que he probado woodmancastingx en mi woodmancastingx vidaI woodmancastingx have a smaller woodmancastingx desk woodmancastingx and limited on space. This fit the bill. Swing woodmancastingx the Cintiq over when ready to use then swing it back out woodmancastingx of the way when done. woodmancastingx When brought down woodmancastingx to it's lowest position woodmancastingx the Cintiq is at a good level just below the desk. Easy woodmancastingx to put together. Wish there woodmancastingx were more velcro cord ties woodmancastingx included to go all woodmancastingx the way to woodmancastingx the woodmancastingx computer. Money well woodmancastingx spent.After buying woodmancastingx my Cintiq woodmancastingx Pro woodmancastingx 24 I debated for a few weeks about if woodmancastingx the flex arm would be woodmancastingx right woodmancastingx for me. I had woodmancastingx a woodmancastingx really woodmancastingx inefficient woodmancastingx setup that required woodmancastingx a lot of awkward lifting and shuffling to get my woodmancastingx Cintiq from where I was storing it (in the thin foam sleeve it was packaged in, turned around and propped woodmancastingx between woodmancastingx my heavy desk and wall to keep the cat off of it) to woodmancastingx where woodmancastingx I woodmancastingx was using it (the bottom propped on woodmancastingx the edge of my woodmancastingx keyboard drawer with woodmancastingx the woodmancastingx legs propped woodmancastingx on my woodmancastingx desktop). I woodmancastingx knew I wanted the flex arm, I was just really uncertain if woodmancastingx there would be a way to rig it to my desk, which has a 4 inch verticle panel woodmancastingx along woodmancastingx the back.I contacted Wacom woodmancastingx and it turns out they also didn't think there would woodmancastingx be a way, woodmancastingx and suggested I try to find an ergotron mount instead. After woodmancastingx looking woodmancastingx at photos of the woodmancastingx desk woodmancastingx mount, it turns out there IS A WAY TO MOUNT woodmancastingx IT! Basically all I woodmancastingx had to do was woodmancastingx drill two holes in the back panel of my woodmancastingx desk (well, woodmancastingx really I had to drill 4 woodmancastingx since the first woodmancastingx two were too woodmancastingx low) and buy two longer 14mm bolts woodmancastingx (the included bolts are about 1/2inch, I ended up needing 1 woodmancastingx 1/2inch, definitely stick with a hex bolt too as woodmancastingx the underside of woodmancastingx a desk might be awkward woodmancastingx to woodmancastingx reach for a screwdriver) . I've included woodmancastingx some photos woodmancastingx of my rigged mount woodmancastingx so if woodmancastingx anyone is curious if their woodmancastingx desk can woodmancastingx accommodate the flex arm, it woodmancastingx can!The flex arm woodmancastingx is super sturdy and woodmancastingx stable! I've heard a lot of people say theirs wobbles around but when I got mine set up I almost couldn't move any of the joints. Each woodmancastingx joint woodmancastingx has a hex bolt somewhere that can be used to tighten or loosen the joint and I had to loosen the vertical arm a woodmancastingx substantial amount before I could drop the woodmancastingx Cintiq down into my lap. For woodmancastingx anyone curious, there is absolutely woodmancastingx a woodmancastingx tightness woodmancastingx level that allows you the move the Cintiq from woodmancastingx a stowed position to woodmancastingx whatever drawing woodmancastingx position you use without wobbling around. The flex arm is super woodmancastingx stable, woodmancastingx but also woodmancastingx will need an woodmancastingx equally stable desk; the mount weights a ton! woodmancastingx I'm not knocking any stars off my woodmancastingx review for woodmancastingx the extra work woodmancastingx to mount it because it was woodmancastingx not woodmancastingx an inconvenience to me and woodmancastingx I truly woodmancastingx believe you get what you woodmancastingx pay for woodmancastingx in quality. I woodmancastingx know woodmancastingx the woodmancastingx price point isn't woodmancastingx accessible to everyone but I woodmancastingx stand by Wacom's products 100% and have for over a decade. If you want quality that lasts, spend the money.For woodmancastingx comfortable drawing and workingI'm a professional artist that woodmancastingx uses my wacom a lot. This is a really solid arm woodmancastingx that has supported my Wacom screen extremely woodmancastingx well. Nicely adjustable, not woodmancastingx too hard woodmancastingx to woodmancastingx setup. Really expensive woodmancastingx for woodmancastingx what it is, but worth it.I use the standard Wacom stand for a previous generation 27in Cintiq at work woodmancastingx and find that woodmancastingx there is just as much woodmancastingx wobble in woodmancastingx the desk stand woodmancastingx as woodmancastingx there is woodmancastingx in woodmancastingx the Ergo Arm at home. woodmancastingx The desk stand does woodmancastingx reset it's woodmancastingx position much faster woodmancastingx than the arm since woodmancastingx there is woodmancastingx less linkage between the mount and the woodmancastingx device but overall the drawing experience is not negatively effected using the arm. The thing I noticed most woodmancastingx about the Ergo woodmancastingx Arm is woodmancastingx that woodmancastingx it actually encourages me to woodmancastingx stand up and work. This is good for woodmancastingx your body woodmancastingx and allows for more dynamism woodmancastingx in woodmancastingx drawing woodmancastingx personally. It's very intuitive to move and shift around as woodmancastingx needed. woodmancastingx The only really issue woodmancastingx I have with it woodmancastingx is the base woodmancastingx mount woodmancastingx itself. It is quite strong but it does have woodmancastingx a lot of flex. woodmancastingx This woodmancastingx can be remedied with some creative hacks/support but mounting it to my desk simply wasn't an option I could tolerate woodmancastingx for long. I wound up mounting it to the wall woodmancastingx and that woodmancastingx helped some. The woodmancastingx issue woodmancastingx is woodmancastingx in the back plate flexing woodmancastingx slightly creating woodmancastingx about woodmancastingx a 1-2 woodmancastingx in play expressed in the user woodmancastingx end of woodmancastingx the arm. I will woodmancastingx be working woodmancastingx on a solution for this in the form of woodmancastingx 1inch plumbers pipe mounted on woodmancastingx the floor all woodmancastingx the way woodmancastingx up to support woodmancastingx the underside of the woodmancastingx horizontal section of the L shaped mounting plate. Hopefully that should reduce woodmancastingx flex even further. The other woodmancastingx issues I've read about are woodmancastingx the soft metal screws. This is also my experience so I started by very slowly and methodically woodmancastingx applying tension to woodmancastingx them woodmancastingx to minimize possible damage to the hex heads and threads. So far woodmancastingx so good.Pros:Well built and very sturdy.Holds woodmancastingx it's position.Encourages better ergonomics and allows for the user woodmancastingx to woodmancastingx switch woodmancastingx things up woodmancastingx on the fly.Cheaper that the desk standCons:Needs a stiffer mounting plate.Needs woodmancastingx better quality hardware/screws.Despite the few cons I still love it and woodmancastingx feel like with woodmancastingx a little effort this woodmancastingx is the woodmancastingx ideal solution for your Cintiq.I was torn between getting the Flex arm or the Ergo stand. woodmancastingx I opted for the Flex woodmancastingx arm because of woodmancastingx its versatility and my lack woodmancastingx of desk woodmancastingx space. My fear woodmancastingx with the woodmancastingx Flex arm was that it would not support my heavy hand, but woodmancastingx so far this has woodmancastingx not been a woodmancastingx problem. I am pleased with this purchase and would recommend woodmancastingx it.Reaches across woodmancastingx 30 deskBought woodmancastingx this for my Cintiq woodmancastingx 32 Pro. Glad I did. Frees up pretty much my whole desk. Definitely recommend woodmancastingx a good sturdy desk woodmancastingx as this guy is heavy. Add that to the weight woodmancastingx of the woodmancastingx monitor itself and things woodmancastingx could get pretty hairy woodmancastingx if you don't have the support. Very minimal screen shaking, none at all if the monitor woodmancastingx touching the woodmancastingx surface woodmancastingx of the desk. Price tag is a kind of high, but it's woodmancastingx Wacom so no woodmancastingx surprise there. All woodmancastingx in all, this woodmancastingx is a great woodmancastingx mounting solution for woodmancastingx the woodmancastingx 32 Pro. Would buy woodmancastingx again.Ultimate FLEXIBILITY in positioning and placementThis woodmancastingx arm woodmancastingx is great, and lets me move my Cintiq Pro 24" from a regular monitor position woodmancastingx to a drawing woodmancastingx position easily. We had Cintiq's at work without any arm and nobody woodmancastingx liked it. woodmancastingx If you get woodmancastingx a Cintiq, you HAVE to get some kind woodmancastingx of arm woodmancastingx or stand. They're woodmancastingx expensive but very important to woodmancastingx get woodmancastingx the most out of your investment.
      Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K)For comfortable drawing woodmancastingx and workingUltimate FLEXIBILITY woodmancastingx in positioning and placementReaches across woodmancastingx 30 woodmancastingx desk

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      woodmancastingx Wacom Flex Arm (ACK62803K) gift for dad

Buyer's experience:
      1: After buying my Cintiq Pro 24 I debated for a few weeks about if the flex arm would be right for me. I had a really inefficient setup that required a lot of awkward lifting and shuffling to get my Cintiq from where I was storing it (in the thin foam sleeve it was packaged in, turned around and propped between my heavy desk and wall to keep the cat off of it) to where I was using it (the bottom propped on the edge of my keyboard drawer with the legs propped on my desktop). I knew I wanted the flex arm, I was just really uncertain if there would be a way to rig it to my desk, which has a 4 inch verticle panel along the back.I contacted Wacom and it turns out they also didn't think there would be a way, and suggested I try to find an ergotron mount instead. After looking at photos of the desk mount, it turns out there IS A WAY TO MOUNT IT! Basically all I had to do was drill two holes in the back panel of my desk (well, really I had to drill 4 since the first two were too low) and buy two longer 14mm bolts (the included bolts are about 1/2inch, I ended up needing 1 1/2inch, definitely stick with a hex bolt too as the underside of a desk might be awkward to reach for a screwdriver) . I've included some photos of my rigged mount so if anyone is curious if their desk can accommodate the flex arm, it can!The flex arm is super sturdy and stable! I've heard a lot of people say theirs wobbles around but when I got mine set up I almost couldn't move any of the joints. Each joint has a hex bolt somewhere that can be used to tighten or loosen the joint and I had to loosen the vertical arm a substantial amount before I could drop the Cintiq down into my lap. For anyone curious, there is absolutely a tightness level that allows you the move the Cintiq from a stowed position to whatever drawing position you use without wobbling around. The flex arm is super stable, but also will need an equally stable desk; the mount weights a ton! I'm not knocking any stars off my review for the extra work to mount it because it was not an inconvenience to me and I truly believe you get what you pay for in quality. I know the price point isn't accessible to everyone but I stand by Wacom's products 100% and have for over a decade. If you want quality that lasts, spend the money.
      2: I was torn between getting the Flex arm or the Ergo stand. I opted for the Flex arm because of its versatility and my lack of desk space. My fear with the Flex arm was that it would not support my heavy hand, but so far this has not been a problem. I am pleased with this purchase and would recommend it.
      3: This arm is great, and lets me move my Cintiq Pro 24" from a regular monitor position to a drawing position easily. We had Cintiq's at work without any arm and nobody liked it. If you get a Cintiq, you HAVE to get some kind of arm or stand. They're expensive but very important to get the most out of your investment.
      4: I use the standard Wacom stand for a previous generation 27in Cintiq at work and find that there is just as much wobble in the desk stand as there is in the Ergo Arm at home. The desk stand does reset it's position much faster than the arm since there is less linkage between the mount and the device but overall the drawing experience is not negatively effected using the arm. The thing I noticed most about the Ergo Arm is that it actually encourages me to stand up and work. This is good for your body and allows for more dynamism in drawing personally. It's very intuitive to move and shift around as needed. The only really issue I have with it is the base mount itself. It is quite strong but it does have a lot of flex. This can be remedied with some creative hacks/support but mounting it to my desk simply wasn't an option I could tolerate for long. I wound up mounting it to the wall and that helped some. The issue is in the back plate flexing slightly creating about a 1-2 in play expressed in the user end of the arm. I will be working on a solution for this in the form of 1inch plumbers pipe mounted on the floor all the way up to support the underside of the horizontal section of the L shaped mounting plate. Hopefully that should reduce flex even further. The other issues I've read about are the soft metal screws. This is also my experience so I started by very slowly and methodically applying tension to them to minimize possible damage to the hex heads and threads. So far so good.Pros:Well built and very sturdy.Holds it's position.Encourages better ergonomics and allows for the user to switch things up on the fly.Cheaper that the desk standCons:Needs a stiffer mounting plate.Needs better quality hardware/screws.Despite the few cons I still love it and feel like with a little effort this is the ideal solution for your Cintiq.
      5: Bought this for my Cintiq 32 Pro. Glad I did. Frees up pretty much my whole desk. Definitely recommend a good sturdy desk as this guy is heavy. Add that to the weight of the monitor itself and things could get pretty hairy if you don't have the support. Very minimal screen shaking, none at all if the monitor touching the surface of the desk. Price tag is a kind of high, but it's Wacom so no surprise there. All in all, this is a great mounting solution for the 32 Pro. Would buy again.
      6: I'm a professional artist that uses my wacom a lot. This is a really solid arm that has supported my Wacom screen extremely well. Nicely adjustable, not too hard to setup. Really expensive for what it is, but worth it.
      7: Esta diseado para ilustradores! Es el brazo ms estable que he probado en mi vida
      8: I have a smaller desk and limited on space. This fit the bill. Swing the Cintiq over when ready to use then swing it back out of the way when done. When brought down to it's lowest position the Cintiq is at a good level just below the desk. Easy to put together. Wish there were more velcro cord ties included to go all the way to the computer. Money well spent.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00