An old technique returns to the marketplace! Cable lacing was widely used up to the nineteen sixties for creating small cable bundles in Central Office and PBX environments. Today's installations require larger cable bundles that utilize cable ties. When diver or choked cabling occurs the need to identify and free such cables requires costly, time consuming efforts. Cable lacing anticipates that need and the smaller laced bundles allow for a neater and more easily traceable cable set up.