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This Instructable will show you how to make a cool colorful key chain and a rack for storing those key chains out of RJ-45 jacks and plugs.
there are two parts to this instructable. the first part is the key chain, in order to make the key chain you will need the following: tools: 1. RJ-4...
the standard network cable consist of multiple parts, the only two parts we will be using are the insulation and the wires (4 wires to be exact). dis...
take the 4 wires and fold them down the middle to form a U shape. order the colored wires however you like. using a pair of scissors cut the tip of ...
well, this part is pretty straight forward. most wall mounts will include the RJ-45 jacks built-in, if not just put them in yourself - its just a cou...
i recommend tagging the ports so you know which key goes where you can also use flags to tag the keys if you have different colored rubber protectors ...
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