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How big of a lip does my table need for this particular dual monitor arm?(AmazonBasics India)

Hey guys.

I wanted to buy a new dual monitor stand. So finally I stumbled upon this(this is Amazon India) stand, which is pretty well priced(I guess, at around $25). The stand seems to be very good, at least from the reviews. But my table has a lip of just around 3cm. Would that be a good enough? I just want to confirm. My lip is pretty small. Would like a response from people who have actually installed this stand.

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EDIT: If you're wondering by what I meant by "Lip", here is what it is:

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5 minutes ago, LTTfan2006 said:

But my table has a lip of just around 3cm.

From the description of the stand:

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The easy-to-assemble monitor stand offers straightforward installation. Made of durable steel, the stand mounts securely onto the back edge of a desk using a heavy-duty C clamp, which fits desks measuring 0.8 to 3.9 inches thick.

3cm is about 1.1 inches. Which is pretty much in the boundary of the clamp rating, but youll definitely need to turn the adjustment key a lot on the first time you set them up.

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2 minutes ago, SorryClaire said:

From the description of the stand:

3cm is about 1.1 inches. Which is pretty much in the boundary of the clamp rating, but youll definitely need to turn the adjustment key a lot on the first time you set them up.

Apologies for not having my question clear. By "Lip" I did not mean the thickness, but rather the distance of the part of the table that protrudes out from the main part.

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Hope this makes it clearer.

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