Smartphone USB cable clip (3mm)
by ronnlax, published
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Cable clip for 3mm diameter smartphone/gadget USB charge cable. Best to use with http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:50294
9/4/13 - Added a STL for a single clip.
If you're like me, you have a number of "essential" gadgets like iPhone, iPod, iPad, Kindle, Android tablets, etc. Each of them comes with its own USB charging cable which you throw into a box with its charger in hope of easy access.
You have tried your best to keep them organized by various methods but after a few cycle of chargings, you always end up with a box of rat nest full of tangled cables.
Here come the rescue, a 3mm cable clip suitable for organizing these cables. A single clip can be printed in about 6 minutes but this STL is a pack of twelve which takes me about an hour to print using a Replicator. Raft or support is not necessary. I use 30% infill and 3 shells which is probably overkill...
It is best to use two clips per cable but one would work just fine and using three will make it pretty :-)
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