Organize that nest of USB cables by hanging them in this compact wall bracket.
Print it, screw to wall, hang cables, admire the beauty.
Use OpenSCAD to configure the number of holes and the placement of backets. I've built 3- and 10-hole versions.
Prints fine on a Makerbot Replicator with default ReplicatorG settings including a raft.
Note that the fingers end up un-filled. Look closely at the picture of the 3-hole version to see what this means. You could probably make them solid by increasing infill density or increasing the ring wall thickness in OpenSCAD. I prefer to leave them unfilled on the untested belief that they are more likely to flex and yield without breaking this way.