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Cable Nail Clip

by aylr, published

Cable Nail Clip by aylr Jul 28, 2009
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Cable Nail Clip by aylr is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

This is a simple one-nail cable clip sized for ~0.25 inch cable such as RJ-59. Save yourself a trip to the hardware store.

Instructions

  1. Skeinforge
  2. Print on 3D printer
  3. add a small nail through the hole
  4. nail cable to wall

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Nice - I scaled it up by 1.4x, then printed it in PLA, and used it to hold some power cables up under my kitchen counter. Thanks!

Print looks great! I didn't even think about scaling it up. Where do you recommend getting PLA?

I got a sample from Makerbot, they should be stocking some soon. Vik has some PLA in NZ too, but shipping is a bit much to Canada. Thanks for the design btw; it saved me a trip to the hardware store!

I really like using PLA now - no nasty smell, biodegradable, and no warping. It's a bit more brittle than ABS, but so far so good!

How long does something like this take to print?

I don't have access to a printer yet, though ReplicatorG estimates the build time at under 5 minutes.

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