Table Cable Clip / Holder

by DavidRiesenberg, published

Table Cable Clip / Holder by DavidRiesenberg Dec 15, 2012
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A cable clip / holder capable of keeping three cables from falling from the table.

UPDATE: Added a hollow version. It allows to print the holder and fill it with a heavier material to improve friction. There is also a file for the base to cap up the holder after filling.


Printing is pretty straightforward. Should be printed at lowish speed, at least the top part. Otherwise support might be necessary and the top will not print cleanly.

To prevent the clip itself from sliding from the surface, use either double sided tape or some sort of anti slip or high friction material. I glued tennis bat wrapping material to the bottom of it and while far from perfect, it does the job for me.

The hollow version should be printed with support.

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That's a very good idea and I have been toying with it myself. Personally, I am not sure that I prefer it over the full version, but I added the files for it. I also added a base to cap the body after filling it.

Just a thought. If you make it hollow with a hole in the bottom, you could fill it with BB's or sand then cover up the hole and glue some felt on it. 

Or put tabs on the sides so it could be screwed down though I like the fill with BB's idea better.