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Re: Cable-Tying with Waxed Twine
At 07:30 PM 1/24/2007, you wrote:
Upon leaving a router at telx and asking one of their techs to plug in the equipment for me, I came back to find all my cat5 cables neatly tied with some sort of waxed twine, using an interesting looping knot pattern that repeated every six inches or so using a single piece of string. For some reason, I found this trick really cool.
Someone else already mentioned Tecra Tools. We use Tecra. However, we use Specialized too.
Our guys prefer the Chicago style straight blade needles since the curved tools are too unwieldy when dealing with high cable density. Here is a picture from one of our datacenters:
We use lacing at all of our facilities. As far as I'm concerned, it is the only way to go.
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