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Stackable router/modem tray

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Stackable router/modem tray by cccy Aug 2, 2013

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A tray sized to fit most residential routers and modems for those who wish to keep their router/modem from the table. The tray contains large air holes on the tray to prevent overheating. May also fit other mini PCs and devices (E.g Intel NUC, External Hard Drives).

Note: This design is an extension of my original design (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:127094) for those who wish to keep their bottom router/modem from the table. For those looking to complete the rack with a top rack, please use the original rack as the topmost rack. While those who wish to stack more than 2 devices together, please look at my indented router rack (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:127098). As for those who wish to use the tray by itself, please look at my non-indented version of the router tray (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:127100).

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