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look good !thumb.gif is that sleeve or paracord ?
Thank you, it's paracord. smile.gif
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look good !thumb.gif is that sleeve or paracord ?
paracord
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Anyone have/use one of those "Anti Tangle" tools? I ordered one Wednesday, looked pretty neat. I have arthritis in my hands and every little bit helps.
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Anyone have/use one of those "Anti Tangle" tools? I ordered one Wednesday, looked pretty neat. I have arthritis in my hands and every little bit helps.
I made one myself tongue.gif
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I made one myself tongue.gif
Cool! I just don't have anyway I could think of to make one right now. I'm sure it's simple with the right piece. In the old days when I had access to a machine shop I would have just made one on the lathe.
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I bought one from Robertts25 and its great. Could have made my own but didn't have the parts handy and buying them would have cost nearly as much as the machined tool did.
    
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Anyone have/use one of those "Anti Tangle" tools? I ordered one Wednesday, looked pretty neat. I have arthritis in my hands and every little bit helps.

If you're suffering from arthritis you may find that Robertts25 tool too small and light to handle easily. I made mine from antenna's and 1/8" brass rod (from a model shop) and I've made a couple for people here in the UK. If you do have a problem send me a pm and I'll make you a slightly longer heavier version. I did suggest to Robertts25 that he make them out of brass rather than aluminium and about 1" longer.

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1st one is Robertts25 tool, 2nd one is my v1 and 3rd one is my preferred tool. One of my hands is slightly numb due to nerve damage in my elbow and I find the 3rd one easier to manage (and don't lose it in the sleeving like I do with the 1st one)
Edited by Big Elf - 6/23/12 at 7:04am
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post #7518 of 14577
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I bought one from Robertts25 and its great. Could have made my own but didn't have the parts handy and buying them would have cost nearly as much as the machined tool did.
Cool.
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If you're suffering from arthritis you may find that Robertts25 tool too small and light to handle easily. I made mine from antenna's and 1/8" brass rod (from a model shop) and I've made a couple for people here in the UK. If you do have a problem send me a pm and I'll make you a slightly longer heavier version. I did suggest to Robertts25 that he make them out of brass rather than aluminium and about 1" longer. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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1st one is Robertts25 tool, 2nd one is my v1 and 3rd one is my preferred tool. One of my hands is slightly numb due to nerve damage in my elbow and I find the 3rd one easier to manage (and don't lose it in the sleeving like I do with the 1st one)
Hey, that's neat. Thanks, and I'll give the other one a try and see how it works out, if not I'll definitely either try to fab one or contact you. thumb.gif

Actually all I've sleeved so far are fans, which are kind of a pita. Once I'm only trying to shove one wire at a time I think I'll be OK.
Haven't figured if/what I'm going to do with the SATA cables yet, need to see some examples to get some ideas.
Edited by mandrix - 6/24/12 at 2:58am
post #7519 of 14577
was looking at amazon for some paracord, and a nice set of LEDs for my case, it came out to about $28 bucks but then shipping was $20 bucks, i was wondering if there was a place where i could get some cheaper maybe without the shipping. i also found some heatstrink on there also
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was looking at amazon for some paracord, and a nice set of LEDs for my case, it came out to about $28 bucks but then shipping was $20 bucks, i was wondering if there was a place where i could get some cheaper maybe without the shipping. i also found some heatstrink on there also

Just get it on FTW PC. They also have heatshrink.

As for the LEDs, I bought these on eBay - LINK. I got them in cold white, warm white, blue, red, and green. Amazon also sells them for a few dollars more.
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