Altoids Magnetic Small Part Holder

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Introduction: Altoids Magnetic Small Part Holder

This is my first Instructable so please comment

Step 1: Materials

all you need is a cheap/broken speaker and Altoids can and some scissors.

Step 2: Open the Speaker

open the speaker box and remove the speaker.

Step 3: Remove Extra

cut off all of the extra metal and material until it looks like this

Step 4: Finish

put the speaker magnet in the bottom section of the Altoids can top down, then put the top section on with the open end up

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    That's quite a neat idea, but someone is probably going to say "macro function"...

    L

    What does the macro function do??Coz everyone tells its a really important function but I never used it and don't know how to use it!


    It should make close-up shots focus sharply, that is it's function.

    L

    Ok cool!Have a look at my ibles as well!


    I did, good stuff there.

    L

    i dont no what a macro function is

    For close-up pictures you find they go blurry and out-of-focus. Cameras usually have a "macro function" usually marked by a cartoon of a flower (as that's the sort of thing you might photograph close-up) - which should adjust the focus.

    I've not seen the use of a round tin - it makes a nice change from the usual.

    L

    Cool but pictures....But its still a really cool instructable!