This is a system that can used to organize any type of cords. Its initial purpose was to organize cords for musicians and a way to transport their equipment.
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Step 1: Cut Particle Board
Now that we already have two wood tile, we created another tile that is slightly smaller in both in length and width. The purpose of this step is for the original wood tile can have support for the molding process later on.
Step 2: Draw a Grip and Drill a Hole in Each Intersection
After cutting and sanding down the new wood tile, we outlined a grid system that could assist us with determining how many knobs could fit on each side. Once the grid system was complete, we drilled holes every time the x and y intersect. There should be a total of 16 holes
Step 3: Add Screws
After drilling in the center point of each individual grid system, in order to put the knobs in the new wooden plate we placed screws in holes created by the drill. After the screws were placed in the plate, we placed the knobs on the screws and firmly secured the knobs on the screws.
Step 4: Add Velcro
Using a hot glue, place a strip of velcro on each side. The velcro will secure the cords in place while the musicians is traveling.