Step 1: Gather Parts/Materials
2 AC Extension Calbes
Something to cut with
You can also use an outlet extender (as I call it, second image) if you want.
Step 2: Make the Separator
Next, cut the marked area with your cutting tool, then make some notches for the cables to go through.
You may want to make a larger separator if you want your transformers to be completely covered.
When you are done, simply place the seperator in the paper tray vertically. If you cut it right, it should just stay in there, You may have to get some tape if it doesn't fit all the way.
Step 3: Install the Extension Cables
If the cables just won't stay, go ahead and tape it down.
If you are using the outlet extender, then you still need the two extension cables. You don't really need to tape this down, but you will have to figure out yourself how to use both extension cables to power both columns of the extender. What I did was plug in one of the extension cables to the other, which can be dangerous in some cases, so use brand new extension cables.
Step 4: Connecting Your Chargers
Step 5: (Optional) Making a "Celling" for the Transformer Area
You can make this celling by measuring up with the cardboard again, and making pen markings again that will fit from the separator to the back of the paper tray. Tape the front end (the separator) so the celling can flap open so you can replace transformers.
Step 6: The Final Product
If you ever want to replace or add new cables, you just need to open the celling (if applicable), take out the cable from the notch and unplug and remove the adapter (if replacing) then plug in the new adapter, feed it through a notch, and you are done!