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Question T-Slot cable mounts - expensive! Cable management options?

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Building Q&A / FAQ' started by CleverName, Dec 7, 2020.

  1. CleverName

    CleverName New Member Gold Contributor

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    I don't have a 3d Printer (no space for one). All of the T-Slot channel plastic or nylon cable tie mounting blocks I'm finding so far are very expensive - $35 USD for 25 mounts on Amazon. (Compare to regular stick-on cable tie mounts, which are a fraction of the cost). Other than 3d printing, is there an inexpensive source for these?

    What are you guys using to manage your long cable runs along your aluminum extrusion profile rigs?

    I'm finishing my SFX-100 build and its going in the game room. I want to clean up my actuator, DD wheel, and transducer runs as much as possible.
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