AWESOME company for unique and practical cable management stuff

shawnoen

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http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/

Was looking for a metal desk grommet for my desk and came across this company.

They have some VERY cool stuff that can really help with desk cable management, among other things.

I bought a 5 foot channel to attach to the back of my desk for running wires. No more adhesive squares or "trough" under the desk....

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The1stCAV

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LMAO - Frank would require a tad more support than that. CPU holders - haha, a non-technical advertsing wording choice I suppose. Last time I checked the CPU holder was the mother board............
 

webdes03

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Mockett makes some pretty good stuff. In a previous role I did a lot of conference room design and build, and Mockett was one of our big suppliers. When it comes to things like wire channel and cord cover, there's better (and more reasonably priced) offerings out there in my opinion, but their power and communications modules are pretty good.
 

DeltaD

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dude, they sell the exact same thing at Lowes/HD. It's used to hide wires that runs along wall

about $5 for individual ~8ft and about $10 for a kit. and no shipping!
 

aphasia

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cpu-holders


i don't think any self respecting techie who wouldn't be a little offended at the miss-use of tech jargon. still pretty funny that a commercial site would make this mistake.

saw this on the site the OP linked too..
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for some reason it reminds me of a poodle in a blanket (or anyone of those silly 'lap dogs')
 

aphasia

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continued to look at items on the site the OP recommended. some of the stuff was ok but i was more interested in some of the names of their products. started at the cable management as it seemed the most relevant (the supplied links aren't that interesting, just there as a reference) ;

The Ugliest Wire Manager
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/wire-cable-management/wire-managers/wm9.html
Lawrence Wire Manager
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/wire-cable-management/wire-managers/wm28-2in-90.html
Sombrero Wire Manager
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/wire-cable-management/wire-managers/wm24.html
Vertebrae Carrier Wire Manager
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/wire-cable-management/wire-managers/wm15a-90.html

then i looked at the 'Drawer Pulls, Knobs & Door Handles'. my inner delinquent child got a kick out of these names. they sound like a extra appendices at the back of the Kama Sutra on 'wanking' techniques'. juvenile i know.

Sonia Pull
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-ha...s-door-handles/stainless-steel/dp149-sss.html
Circular Pull
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-ha...s-door-handles/stainless-steel/dp153-sss.html
Byte Pull (ouch!)
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-ha...s-door-handles/stainless-steel/dp197-sss.html
Turtle Pull
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-ha...s-door-handles/stainless-steel/dp196-sss.html
Elongated Frame Pull
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/drawer-pulls-knobs-door-handles/metal/dp138.html
Stem Knob (this one actually looks like a penis)
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/drawer-pulls-knobs-door-handles/knobs/dp96-sss.html

and the tried and true method...
Hand Pull
http://www.mockett.com/furniture-hardware/drawer-pulls-knobs-door-handles/metal/dp150.html
 
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