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So the other day I saw this instructable on how to make an easy power station using an IKEA box:The-IKEA-charging-box---no-more-cable-mess!I definitely needed something similar, so I went and ...
- The original IKEA box and lid - 4 power plugs - 4 electrical switches - electrical wiring - connectors and "joiners" (if someone can give me the ...
After deciding on the right height position and dividing evenly the horizontal space, I marked the locations for the switches. Using a cutter, I made the holes. Even ...
Unfortunately the picture is quite dark, but hopefully you can still see how I connected the different parts. Pretty much it's just the 4 plugs connected in parallel, ...
Here's how it looks with the power supplies inside. As you can see, the switch connectors are exposed. I still want to get a protective cover for all ...
In order for the box to close properly I had to make some holes for the cables to come up on the top of the box. I could ...
Works just as planned! As I've mentioned before, I still want to get a protective cover or use heat-shrinking tubing for the inside electrical parts, and I'm still ...
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