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Desk Cord Holder

by tshannon, published

Desk Cord Holder by tshannon May 29, 2010

Description

This is a small piece to be attached to the back of a desk. It can hold 3 cords, and keeps them from falling behind the desk when they're not being used. The ring diameters are custom for my cords (ethernet, vga, and audio) but they may work for you or you may be able to adjust the diameters to suit your cables. It's attached with two wood screws through the cylindrical standoffs.

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3mgood idea, i just bought a headboard for my bed and used a bunch of those 3m removable cable organizer tab things, but it would have made sense to make a couple of these in the laser. I just happened to have a couple packages of that 3m stuff laying around, but i still might make something like this. i have alot of devices to charge overnight! :-$

could be a problem with my raft settings or something I suppose

hmmm...not sure what the problem is. I built mine on a makerbot, so unless the stl has a scaling problem, it should work fine with the makerbot. the rectangular portion of this part ought to be 65mm x 31mm. let me know if you're able to build this on a makerbot!

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Use the stl file with a 3D printer!

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daewootech on Jun 1, 2010 said:

3mgood idea, i just bought a headboard for my bed and used a bunch of those 3m removable cable organizer tab things, but it would have made sense to make a couple of these in the laser. I just happened to have a couple packages of that 3m stuff laying around, but i still might make something like this. i have alot of devices to charge overnight! :-$

MarcusWolschon on May 30, 2010 said:

Usefull. :)

ssd on May 30, 2010 said:

This part is too big to build on a makerbot.

tshannon on May 30, 2010 said:

hmmm...not sure what the problem is. I built mine on a makerbot, so unless the stl has a scaling problem, it should work fine with the makerbot. the rectangular portion of this part ought to be 65mm x 31mm. let me know if you're able to build this on a makerbot!

MarcusWolschon on May 30, 2010 said:

so, how do we remove the "makerbot"-tag then?

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