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As a graphic artist, I like to store extra x-acto blades in a steel container for safety. Altoids containers are the best....but then what do you do with ...
X-acto knife Altoids dead shuffle pliers glue (not pictured)
Very carefully dig away the glue around the inside lip of the end plug.for more details go here:http://www.chipmunk.nl/ipod/ipodshuffle.htmlor:http://www.hackaday.com/entry/1234000700034044/
If you remove the insides of the ipod, the battery life indicator switch button will fall out unless you glue it in place. I had to glue mine ...
Pry the USB socket out of the end cap with an x-acto knife.
The next two steps are to make the cap resealable like a wine cork. First cut two pieces from the rim of a styrofoam coffee cup. You want ...
Glue the two pieces into the cap. I arranged mine so that the concave sides faced outward, to add some springiness the the seal. Be sure to use ...
If the glue is dry on the battery indicator switch button, you can fill your new holder with couriously strong breath mints.
If the glue is dry on the cqp, you can now replce it. http://www.societyofrobots.com/materials_styrofoam.shtml
Now you're ready to go the mall and share the gift of fresh breath with all you friends, and show off your new stylish Altoids case.here is the ...
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