12 Slot Small Cable Holder

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12 Slot Small Cable Holder by St0nkingByte Dec 29, 2011
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I was looking for a cable holder to attach to the side of my work bench to hold a bunch of smaller cables. I couldn't find one that was exactly what I was looking for so I made my own. It has three screw holes for easy mounting to the surface of your choice and will hold smaller cables (like USB cables) quite nicely.

It is 125mm long with 12 5mm wide slots. The ends have a 4mm raised bit to help keep your cables from sliding off.

I've included my SketchUp file if you would like to modify it to suit your needs.

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Thanks works a treat!

Resized to fit and printed.. A few less notches and a little more space between,  and it would be perfect for printing on MakerBox.
Though I think I'll use what I printed anyway.. Beats having all the cables on floor.


Does this fit on a makerbot? Seems really close.

It should fit if rotated 45*.

Sorry I don't think it will print on a Makerbot as it is 125mm long -
gt; http://wiki.makerbot.com/faq-frequently-asked-questions#toc4http://wiki.makerbot.com/faq-f...

I have included the original Sketchup file (below) it probably wouldn't be too hard to cut it down to 10 slots and have it fit inside 100mm.

It prints just fine if you rotate it 45 degrees.