Setting the 4CELNK-YR Holding Tension

The clips should stay in place and adequately hold the cables that you plan to use. 3 is typical, going to 5 or more when the clip is full. If you need to later change the number of bands, just pull any captured cables out, add the other bands, then put them all back in again. Easy, with Zero Waste! Some users report not needing to use any bands at all; that will work well for few shaker cables, or just a couple USB cables. Add more bands for larger bunches, or where you want the bundles to stay in …

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Made to fit oZone and R3volution sim rigs

Finally! Gaming rig cable management that’s easy to put on, easy to change, and easy to live with.¬†Imagine: no more cutting and replacing wire-ties. No more scratching the rig. Now you can have your rig look put together, yet change it instantly with No Tools and No Waste. The 9-piece Base Kit is the ideal starting point for cabling your rig. You get a total of six clips for the larger 1.25 inch tubes (including two extended-capacity clips), and three smaller clips for the 1.0 inch mouse-platform vertical riser tube. The 9-pc Base Kit is available in black or white. …

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How much can they hold?

The cable areas in the clips for tubing diameters 1.0 inch and above are designed to hold at least 7 typical “SVT” power cords (UL-Type SVT, 3C/18AWG 300V, ~6mm in diameter). On the OR3V models, the Base Kit has parts to manage cables on both sides of the rig, so expect 12-16 “power cord equivalents” (PCE) total capacity on the rig, front-to-back. Up the thruster mount / mouse platform you’ll get about 6-7 PCE. The 1.25 Expanded Capacity clips have a secondary channel, sized for ~4 16AWG two-conductor speaker cables, in addition to the 8 SVTs on the other side. …

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Installing 4CELNK-YR Cable Clips

Yes, that’s all there is. Snap them on, add bands if you think they’ll be needed, then and start adding cables. See the section farther down on how to set the tension using the bands, but often they’re not needed. NOTE: When you do this, the clips may make “crackling” noises, and there might be discoloration of the plastic on the inside edge. This is actually normal for this kind of 3D-printed part. IMPORTANT: Don’t spread the arms out too far! The more you bend them, and the more often you bend them, the more they will lose their “spring” …

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Using 4CELNK-YR Expanded-Capacity Clips

Sometimes, you need MORE. Not just a little more, but DOUBLE. That’s a whole lot of more! We’ve included a couple of our Expanded Capacity 1.25″ clips in the OR3V Base Kit so you can give them a try. With these, if you have a set of shaker, speaker or other cables that rarely change, and you want them out of the main wiring channel, then 4CELNK-YR “plusBack” clips are exactly what you need. If your rig has a lot of cables everywhere, you might want to consider the Large Capacity Expansion Kit, which you can use along with the …

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