I see many broken cables, mostly near the USB Type-A plug. Why? I see people's behaviors winding their charging cables directly at the adapters and break those points frequently. At home I tell everyone to wind a smooth bend, but still they do the same mistake sometimes.
Then I create this.
1. Unplug the cable from the adapter.
2. Wind the cable round at three or four fingers.
3. Squeeze the round cable in the middle.
4. Slide in "the oval".
5. Plug the adapter in its place.
There are two versions, I called the with and without "hook". The hook in the middle is originally designed to prevent the cable drops, but I have tried that most/all original cables will stay in the oval without "hook".
Well, give it a try and give a shout for better version. If it happens that your plug is too big to plug in its place, then upscale by 1% at your slicer app for x and y axis will be good.
Snipped off two little pieces at bottom front. I put that thin pieces to prevent support at that two columns when we choose "support touching build plate only" at Cura slicer.
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