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Expand-i-Hook - The expandable test lead organizer

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Expand-i-Hook - The expandable test lead organizer by apgeesci Jan 6, 2013
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Test leads littering your lab? We have just the solution, introducing the "Expand-i-Hook".

An expandable hook system for organizing banana plug and other test leads.


Print two, four, as many as you'd like!

I have included the sketchup file and STL. Dimensions are in millimeters.

If there is enough interest, I will print some to sell.

Suggestions, questions? Post em' below.

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