Cable Catcher

by Starno, published

Cable Catcher by Starno Aug 4, 2010

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A printable harness to prevent your cables from falling into the abyss when they are not in use. Keep yourself organized and save the frustration.

The STL is optimized for USB peripherals the same size as the one that comes with a Makerbot. If you want to fit a different sized cable, scale accordingly.

More pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickstarno/sets/72157624529783381/


  1. Scale part if needed
  2. Print
  3. Add a command strip or double sided adhesive strong enough to hold some weight (I used velcro)
  4. Attach to desk or flat surface
  5. Insert cable (if you made the correct size the cable should be forced in through the top, yet have enough space to move freely once inside)
  6. Enjoy!

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5 years ago,I had know idea I would ever own a 3d printer
just printed one
Thank-you for sharing

very nice. these'll be going on my desk when I move into my new house in a few weeks :)