Really simple 'gaff ramp'. I am a sound technician and have to run audio and power cables. Usually, these cables get taped to the floor using gaffer tape. However, that often leaves tape residue on the cables, especially long term.
This is my solution to avoiding gaff residue on cables. It fits a fair amount of cables in it, and can be scaled for most applications. I am still testing these, but the idea is to use them in low traffic areas about every 3 feet. I place the cover over the cables and tape down. When I'm finished, simply pull the tape off, and your cables are ready to be put away (no tape residue!).
Let me know if you make one or use it. Its a super simple design, but I think it will save me messy cable to deal with.
The design is based off of the traditional cable ramps, which cover the entire cable. This device is much smaller and only covers parts of the cable.
The purpose was to print a device to secure cables to the ground without them coming in direct contact with an adhesive.
Requirements are to limit material used, minimize profile, and withstand approximately 200 lbs of weight (i.e. a person or most road cases).