From the picture, you can probably figure it all out. But I'll give you the step by step and some things that I learned along the way.
I initially was using it to hold multiple sets of earubds. But it can just as easily handle a wide range of various cords/cables. Common uses that I would see:
- Cell Phone Power Cords
- USB Cables
- Other Power Cords
Step 1: Materials and Tools
- Foam Rubber
- Velcro or Double Sided Tape
- 1/4" Drillbit
- Couple Pieces of Scrap Wood
- Two Small Clamps
Step 2: Cut Piece of Foam
The foam I am using is sold many places including Sears. It is marketed as interlocking foam flooring squares. The thickness is approximately 5/8 inches. The dimensions are approximately 2 foot X 2 foot.
My finished cut foam piece(s) ended up being approximately: 6.00 inches X 1.50 inches (X 5/8 inches thick).
You may notice that this foam has a texture pattern on one side and the other side is smooth.
Note, I suggest placing cardboard underneath the foam when cutting. This will help ensure good cuts and also help save blade from damage.