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PC_TECH commented on Ring Doorbell Pro 70 Degree Wedge by PC_TECH
February 10, 2018
Ring Doorbell Pro 70 Degree Wedge
PC_TECH @Richarding - I just finished the 90 70 degree wedge. Link: https://www.shapeways.com/product/B9NE3R42N/ring-doorbell-pro-90-degree-wedge
PC_TECH @Richarding -- Hello & thank you for enquiring about a 90-degree wedge. I have an idea of adapting the 70 degree wedge to 90 and a couple of 3" wood screw. Give me a to the middle of the week to hash it out. Also, the pics didn't show. Could you send me a privet message to take a look at where you need it mounted? Thanks
PC_TECH @ronzy22 - The 5 degree one is only if you have Siding on your home where the doorbell is installed. If your doorbell is on a flat vertical surface, like on the pictures that are on this page, you will not need it.
PC_TECH A lot of people have asked me for a 70 degree wedge for siding but I didn’t have a good solution until now. The Link below is for a 5 degree wedge, for the “Ring Doorbell Pro 70 Degree Wedge”. The holes will align with the “Ring Doorbell Pro 70 Degree Wedge” no matter if it’s left or right to the doorway. Link Below: https://www.shapeways.com/product/56MFAZ78S/siding-wedge-for-the-ring-doorbell-pro-70-degree-w?optionId=64611821
PC_TECH @spawnd026 Would you happen to know the angle of the siding? I just checked my and mind is around 5 degrees. I used one of these to check: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Empire-Polycast-Protractor-Angle-Finder-2791/202035328 I'll also need to know what side of the door it's doing to be on, and if the Ring Doorbell will be overhanging on the siding below the one you are installing it on. You can send me a privet message by clicking on my name and clicking "Send a print message" button. Snd me a picture of where it's going to be installed at and I'll see what I can do.
PC_TECH @diamondsnthesky I'm going to send you a privet message due to a long replay. Thank you.
PC_TECH @rahulabbi I would say it’s about the same as the Ring Doorbell installed directly to the wall. I’ve had the 30 Degree wedge installed since Nov with no issues. I’ve had both heavy and lite rain and snow. If it's something you worry about you could always use some silicon to seal it up. Hope that helps.
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PC_TECH commented on Ring Doorbell Pro 30 Degree Wedge by PC_TECH
December 20, 2016
Ring Doorbell Pro 30 Degree Wedge
PC_TECH @dejen I wound not buy this wedge to modify it to correct the angle of the wall. I would think the wall mounting side of the wedge would not have enough material for you to do so. If you plan to use the door install wedge to get you a plumb surface, then put the 30 degree Wedge, that should work. My Wedge can be flipped to support right or left hand entryways. But the Mounting wall needs to be plumbed. Another option, is I can modify my drawing to get you a custom wedge. I would need to know the angle of the wall. Where the Doorbell is located, right or left of the door, as your looking at the door from the outside. Is the Doorbell Pro Center on the Hardie Plank siding, or is there some overhang we need to deal with? If you want to go this route just click contact link under my name to Start a New Conversation. Thank You
PC_TECH @Terp23 I uploaded some photos like you asked. Please note I did paint my wedge metallic brown to match the brown cover. As for your question; "Lastly, how sturdy is the mount?" Answer: It's very Strong. there no flex with it. It would take the same amount of force to rip this off the wall, as it would to rip the Ring Doorbell by it's self. Another benefit, the extended wire kit that the pro comes with, fit's inside with no issues. Please let me know if you have any more questions.


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