This is a wall mount I made for laptops. It mounts on the wall using a variation of a French Cleat.
The cleat has small holes and large holes. The large holes are for screws (be sure you find a stud!) and the small holes are a secondary/safety for nails. If you are installing this by yourself, then you can put nails in the small holes to hold the cleat in place while you drill.
There are expansion slots on the sides of the cradles so if you have a specific need, then you can design a part to mount in those!
Notes : -This was designed to hold a laptop and allow access to the ports. -The biggest laptop the cradles will hold is 35.0cm across and 3.1cm thick. -The key doubles as a cat toy. -The screw holes in the cleat are staggered and at an angle in order to (1) reduce the weight suspended by the cradle (increase the weight suspended by the cleat) and (2) increase the probability you screw into a stud. -If you screw too tightly, then the gap between the cleat and the wall will be tight and you may have to back out the screw.