This is a relatively easy hack for making a tilt and swivel stand for your eMac from a discarded 17" Apple Studio Display (BW) monitor. I got the monitor from a garage sale for $5; the previous owner told me the colors were screwed up, and he was right. I used it for a while as a backup monitor until the problem got so bad I sidelined it.
Around that time my eMac had to go back to Apple for a new hard drive, and I wanted to find a better way to use it on my desk when it got back. I had it up on a stell hard drive case, but it was too precarious. I thought about the Apple Tilt-And-Swivel eMac stand, but I didn't like the cost and the fact that its footprint goes straight down, eliminating storage underneath.
After carrying the Apple Studio Display out, I realized that the integrated tripod stand underneath it looked like it was the perfect size to go under the eMac. And I knew it would hold the weight.
It came off easily as a single piece. I just removed the screws holding it to the bottom, and it came off in one piece.
The eMac sits on top, and the translucenty white plastic is a good match.