Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by pt, Feb 7, 2007.
has any of you used it in it's case?
got it yesterday and it is a great thing for hiding cables
Ya we use it in robotics. Good stuff.
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
We use bright blue on the robot. UV reactive exists!
pics of the robot?
"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.
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€
much easier to apply, cheaper, and looks good
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?
camera's dead on battery
i think you misinterpreted me: the sleeve kit of mesh is ac-ryan, the spiroband has no brand
see the 5th product
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
I've also used those stuff before, they are pretty good enough.
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