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This is an evolution on our last Instructable where we tried to solve the problem of accessing the USB ports on an iMac. People raised some interesting points ...
I think everyone knows how magnets work, but it's pretty easy to mount these incorrectly and for this project not to work for you, so, here comes some ...
One mini pack is enough to do about 3 sets of these or you could do this with some spare sugru form another project... 1: Break the sugru ...
Press the pointed end of the sugru pyramid into the place where you want your cable to sit. Press the sugru that spreads out around the magnet to ...
Press the remaining magnet into the base of the USB extension lead. Again press the sugru that spreads out in around the magnet. Leave to cure overnight.
Once cured, plug in the cable and connect the two magnets. Now you have an easy to find USB extension that is kept out the way. Enjoy :)
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