Steve -- nice job on the wall mounts!!! Sorry, I don't have a web cam (I know, how lame) - but my method to mount the Audrey under a kitchen cabinet is pretty simple. Here's the parts you'll need:
- 16 inch length of 1 inch diameter tubing (I used an old shower rod, light and shinny too)
- 2 white plastic end caps for rod
- 3 white (medium size - 6.5 inches long, 1/8 in wide) wire ties, same things police use as plastic type handcuffs for crowd control, etc.
- 2 conduit fasteners for attaching shower rod to underneath of kitchen cabinet
---Fasteners can the white nylon type, wraps around the entire shower rod with screw holes thru both ends to allow attachment - just needs 1 screw to hold in place.
---Fastener could be the U shaped metal type with flange/screw hole at each end, this type is used for plumbing and electrical metal conduit - needs 2 screws to hold
- 2 or 4 wood screws + 4 or so 1.5 inch drywall screws.
- 1 16 inch length of 2x3 or 2x4 (whatever you have on hand)
You can get all this stuff in Home Depot or other home supply place...
Prepare you audrey: If you haven't already - remove the audrey translucent wire cover on the back panel. This is the removable plastic cover that is suppose to keep your phone and power cables in place, it is suppose to come off! Insert a wire tie into one of the flat 1/4 inch slots (near top of audrey) used by this cover. Use a paper clip or small thin screw driver to guide the wire tie up and out thru one of the air hole slots right above 1/4 slot. This is actually pretty easy to do if you push on the tie while guiding the other end up out of the air hole. Note: Wire tie needs to be on slight angle pointing in the stylus pen slot direction since that's the easiest way to get it on its way (up). Do the other slot the same way. Center the shower rod across the back of the audrey and fasten the wire ties, then trim the wire ties down as needed to cut off any excess. You now have an audrey with a shower rod nestled on its back, this rod will be resting on top of the plastic piece where the power cable plugs in.
My kitchen cabinet has a trim piece on the bottom that's 1.5 inches wide, if you wanted to, you could mount a small flat florescent light underneath and the trim piece would hide most of the light -- believe this is pretty standard for many cabinets.
It turns out this is great for hiding hiding some of the audrey mounting materials.
Measured back about 4 inches from the front of the cabinet and screwed the 16 inch 2x4 to the bottom running left to right (used wood screws + washers from the inside). Make sure you center this piece of wood since this is where the audrey is going. I used the white nylon conduit fasteners that only need 1 screw to attach -- wrapped them around the shower rod and then fastened to the 2x4 underneath the cabinet. These fasteners are positioned about 1 inch from the ends of the show rod. The 2x4 allows the audrey to hang just below the cabinet shelf with enough clearance so it doesn't hit anything but can still swing back and forth.
If you decide to use the metal U shaped conduit fastners, cut the 16in. 2x4 in half and mount each piece length wise from front to back underneath the cabinet, so that it on each side of the audrey. I'm not yet sure which approach holds up better to use and abuse? I did not try this one yet, but might need to go to it? It is more complicated to do, so I took the easy way out.
Use a wire wrap to secure the power cable and USB or phone line to the (folded closed) wire stand on the back of the audrey -- might even want to use two wire wraps (your choice).
You can now swivel the audrey down and backwards to get it out of the way. We are leaving it down for now, but I plan to make either a velcro strap or locate a small wood block with a velcro fastner on it and on the audrey so I can fold it up under the cabinet when we need the counter space below.
I'm still thinking about adding some friction (maybe a wrap of cloth tape around the shower rod?) to make it easier for the audrey be positioned (slight angle) for better readability. The nylon tie wraps and conduit fasteners on the shower rod are a little more slippery than I thought they'd be - maybe I should have used some sand paper to roughen up the shower rod that's hidden behind the audrey where the tie wraps hold it in place? Just a thought here.
I'll try to get a hold of a camera (soon) and get some pixs posted.