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anyone heard of spiroband?

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by pt, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. pt

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    has any of you used it in it's case?
    got it yesterday and it is a great thing for hiding cables :)

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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    no one?
     
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    really? :twitch:
     
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    Ya we use it in robotics. Good stuff.
     
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    cool :cool:
    just finished putting it on my pc
    oly the front panel cables and some molex (that i won't use and aren't seen) haven't been "spirobandized", even the tiny cable from the chipset fan got it
     
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    what color?
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    uv-reactive black :)
     
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    We use bright blue on the robot. UV reactive exists!
     
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    pics of the robot? :)
     
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    "spiroband" as you call it is more generically known as cable wrap. Commonly found on things like pvtcaboose's robots, automotive electrical systems, stuff like that - I used to use really big stuff for wrapping hydraulic lines as protection in high-wear areas.

    It's fairly decent stuff. How are you finding it pt? I think I'll just be going for some dirty old ACRyan UV reactive sleeve when I tidy up my cables.
     
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    for sale on a local computer shop :)
    i was about to buy some ac-ryan sleeve kit for 9€ then see that for sale for 4€ :D
    much easier to apply, cheaper, and looks good
     
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    Aaaaahahaha, fair enough - a friend of mine is the local ACRyan importer so I better get my bits through him or he'll get all sad on it :)

    Got any shots of the wrap installed?
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    i think you misinterpreted me: the sleeve kit of mesh is ac-ryan, the spiroband has no brand
    http://www.aquapc.com/loja/?id=26
    see the 5th product ;)
     
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    No no, I knew what you meant - I *would* use loom wrap, but my buddy doesn't stock it, so I'll be using the ACRyan sleeve mesh instead.

    Post pics when you get the chance :)
     
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    I've also used those stuff before, they are pretty good enough.

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