Token wrote:Combination of grommets and hand stitching with wire.
What kind of wire. Fishing wire has been suggested to me (as it is pretty strong) but Im not sure it would work for *all* the components I have. A few of them are kind of on the small but dense side compared to the lightness of motherboards/vid cards/etc...
Now we are getting close to the expertise of jewelry makers. (Not jewelers. I'm talking about bead stringing and wire wrapping, not ring forging.)
If you want wire, you might want to use it decoratively, rather than just as attachments. You can buy fancy colored wired at bead stores (or online for same) and make decorative attachments. There's one that's a loop at either end with the ends wrapping in the middle. YOu can also do that with a bead too, if you like. "Bead" can mean almost anything that has a hole in it and is rugged enough to last during use. Instructions can be found on line, or at almost any bead store. (Most have classes.)
It's not how you have to do it; there are plenty of options here. It's just that now I get to pontificate someplace where I have some sort of expertise.
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