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|3rd August 2003, 11:49||#1|
stuff to tie - hide cables from printer, speakers Monitor, electricity
I am searching stuff - material to hide the cables of my appliances (printer, scanner, modem, monitor...) and the current cables, because they are really getting in the way. I have a big aluminum table with a glass tabletop, so ithe solution should look aesthetic.
Does anyone have any ideas, or does anyone know a shop that sells someting to hide cables, or tie them together in an aesthetical manner.
Thanks for your replies.
|3rd August 2003, 12:39||#2|
There is a sort of cable loom.
These's some guy selling that at most computer fairs.
Gave up on that a long time ago, but you might wanna try it.
|3rd August 2003, 12:42||#3|
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I just use cable ties (kabelbinders) to neatly bind them together. It won't make your cables disappear, but it will be half as messy.
3M also has sticky pads to attach the cable ties to, which you can attach to your wall/table.
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|3rd August 2003, 18:03||#4|
uni1313, check my reply on your same topic on games.telenet forum
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