Originally Posted by lowfat
First off sixty feet isn't near enough to do a complete power supply. Try 3-4 that for something like AX1200. Lets say you did a bare minimum PSU w/ 24pin, 8pin, 8pin PCIe, 6pin PCIE, 1 molex, 1 sata power. 55 wires, assuming 18" each that is 82.5 feet needed. Assuming you make zero mistakes.
You say this is possible in 4 hours? So you can supposedly remove pins on both ends. Cut the sleeving to the proper length. Heatshrink it properly on one end. Slip in to PSU connector. Stretch the crap out of the sleeve. Make sure it is proper length. Then add the other end of the heatshrink. Then slip in to PSU connector. You can do all of of that in 4 minutes and 20 seconds, while watching TV? Then you are some sort of sleeving god. I've done a lot of power supplies and there is no way I could come anywhere near that close. Not unless I did a shoddy job.
Ok, buy 90 feet then. What's it gonna kill you for the best sleeve in the world? And why would you remove both connector ends? That's just a waste of time and doesn't need to be done. If you have a modular connector, you take on end off, put your sleeve on, and then slide the shrink down to the end.
4 hours for a 24 pin is easy. Sleeving size is easy too. You stretch it against your wire, leave about 1.5 inches for expansion. IF there's leftover, which if you do it right there won't be, then you cut it using snips so you don't have to pull the sleeve off.
I find it hard to imagine if you've done "so many" power supplies, you couldn't do a 24 pin in 4 hours. A monkey could do it in that time.