This is a 3D printed cable comb tool to help you create perfectly loomed runs of cabling. Place the cables into the slots on the inner part of the tool then install the black locking ring over it. As you slide the comb along the cables they come out the other side in a neat bundle, which you can then wrap with hook and loop straps to keep it neat. It’s fairly compact at 123mm in diameter and 30mm high.
It has been printed in PETG which is much stronger and more heat resistant than PLA, and is less brittle than ABS. It’s the same material I print workshop battery holders out of. Tested on network cables 5, 5e, 6, 6a – it’ll fit up to 52 Cat6 cables inside the ring – and coax cables RG58, RG6.
Price is per tool.
This item has been 3D printed by me in Newcastle, Australia. It’s a licensed design under a Creative Commons – Attribution license. The original designer is LordNova2 on Thingiverse, where it is Thing number 2034564.