I modified the bottom section to have a flange to make for eaisier mounting to any flat surface, i wired the usb ports together with a wire called bus wire it is commonly used for solar panel assembly makes jobs like this super easy, i also had to increase the amount of clearance for the USB ports as the original file generation was still .2mm shy when printed on my printer. (i use a 1mm Nozzle.) i included my flange base and my 10 port holder.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2478528
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