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How is this plastic thing to hold cables together called?

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How is this plastic thing to hold cables together called?
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>>1240365

might be cable separator. many similar images come up under hose separator, but they probably tend to be larger diameter
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>How is it called?

By its name
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>>1240365
Zip tie.
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>>1240365
Those are junk. Use one of these.
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>>1240365
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plastic crap for plastic people
a piece of wire is all you need
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>>1240415

that will press the cables together and he'll have to deal with crosstalk due to mutual coupling. The circulating currents alone will drive his electric bill through the roof, not to mention the constant 60 hz hum.
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>>1240428
???
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>>1240365
There's the excellent feature in chrome where you can right click and reverse image search something...
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>>1240408
s-s-s-savage

op i suggest an heroing
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>>1240436
>using (((chrome)))
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>>1240365
I just call them cable clips, or cable separators depending on what and where its at.
Like on spark plug wires
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>>1240408
Look at the results, it's not the same. And i still don't know where to buy it.
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>>1240571
Are you retarded? I literally showed you how to find it. This board is called "do it yourself", not "have someone else do it for you". Google it, find the website the image is on, and look at it. Since you'll probably have trouble reading the website once you get there, I'll explain it. It's a place for people to share schematics for things they've made with a 3D printer. You make something, post the schematic, and other people can use it to make your things. Meaning this isn't an item that's for sale. You have to make it. Maybe you can ask someone on the website to make one for you? I mean, there's gotta be at least one person there that's a sucker for lazy retards right?
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If you faggots aren't using tie line, fucking kill yourself.
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reel master race
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>>1240402
>not using cable ties
>>>/trash/
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>>1241387
What advantage does a cable tie have over what I posted? I can't think of one.
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