Cable Organizer Clip

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Cable Organizer Clip by magicxman Feb 3, 2013
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No more loose cables dangling around. Use it to organize all short or long cables like USB cable and many others. Designed to fit cable from 1 to 2 meters long. Great for mobile phone charging cables. Very quick and easy to keep cable organizes.


How to make:

  1. Very easy to print.
  2. Load the stl as it original position.
  3. Print it and start to use.

How to use:

  1. Coil the cable by hand into small loop.
  2. Squeeze the loop and slot into the clip.
  3. Ready to go.

Added updated version for tighter grip and a smaller design for thinner cable. Small loop keeps the cable tighter.

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I like the design.
I used Slic3r and a TEVO Tarantula to make it.
On the first print, the print would come loose from the bed after approx. 20 layers (of course that was NOT an issue with the design!).
However, I found out that the design is also usable in this, much shorter form! It may even be more handy...

I like the design but have not been able to get it to print. I use Slic3r which gave me some errors so I sent the file up to netfab to fix. Now it appears to work but when printing the sides do not print correctly, either not there or too thin to make a wall.

I would like to make this but it doesn't seem to slice correctly. I'm new, is there something I need to do differently with this model?

Which slicer are you using? For the model above, I am using Cura and Kisslicer. Printing on Ultimaker with 0.1mm thickness, 30% fill and on ABS white.