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This is a rather simple charging station I made out of a paper tray, some cardboard, and extension cords and outlet extenders. It doesn't take much work, and ...
These are the materials required: 2 AC Extension Calbes Cardboard Box Paper Tray Something to cut with Pen You can also use an outlet extender (as I call ...
The separator is going to act as a visual barrier between the flood of transformers into an organized bliss. To make it, you just need to measure up ...
This is the easiest step Just place the extension cable's input end on the side of the paper tray with the back guard. The separator should be close ...
To connect your chargers, just plug em in to the input plug, loop the cable up, and feed it through the notches. Simple, yet easy.
Making the celling will hide your transformers from being seen all the time. The reason why this is optional is because some people might put this under another ...
Now you have a decent charging station for all your needs. It may not look spectacular, but it works. Go ahead, paint the cardboard to match the paper ...
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