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Prusa Hotbed Cable Guide with cable tie

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Prusa Hotbed Cable Guide with cable tie by capitaenz Dec 21, 2012
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Summary

I have developed the cable holder so you can secure the cable with a cable tie.
The clip is for 6mm table thickness.

Instructions

  1. Print.
  2. clip it on table.
  3. use cable tie.

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Stupid question: This is in contact with the heated printer bed, right? How do you stop it from melting? It seems like it is held in place because you measure your heated bed and it is a slight stress fit - so if you heated the bed to the point where the plastic was just a little plastic, as is, I believe, the recommendation, wouldn't it relax the clip? Or do I not get it?

I have had a couple wires break at the point where they are soldered to the bed, and I am just hunting for a solution.

This is an old comment, but it looks like its attached to the bracket under the heated bed.

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