Step 3: Glue it together

Once I was sure of the two halves I lightly roughened the two faces with sandpaper, applied a light drizzle of glue (including the filled-in holes) and clamped the two halves together.

Using quick setting 2-part clear epoxy it was set & finished in ~ 5 min

Finished unless you want to add bits to it that is (no glue)
here is mine
That's nice, looks very tidy.<br><br>L
very good 'able. Much better-looking than any of the other Lego USB ones. Wish i had seen this one before I made mine...
<br> Thanks. I like the classic Hampton, but as &quot;tech&quot; I wanted &quot;small&quot;.<br> <br> L<br>
and it's easy to change the case design at will! fantastic.
I&nbsp;think that this usb is the best ive ever seen!
Nice job.<br />
hello lemonie sorry for not talking reciently i have been board so i have been looking at other things but this one is really nice just as a joke can you make one for me?
I could post you one but it would cost you. Why not make one instead?<br /><br />L<br />
<p>you wold really make one eventhough i was jokeing?</p>
i can make one i was playing around you know how people joke
I don't know what &quot;people&quot; you're talking about, but that really wasn't funny. No offense...<br />
yes i think lemonie does know how to joke but i dont think you do!
&nbsp;this is a really cool lego usb<br /> posibly the most original
This is COOL! i am going to get some lego and a USB and build myself a Lego USB!! Thanks
bati mani<br />
Where in the world are all of my old legos when I&nbsp;need them...<br /> I&nbsp;love the one with the lego guy on it :D&nbsp;
hey just in time&nbsp;my usb just mysteriously came apart<br /><br />great ible
If you know what you're doing with knives it's pretty quick &amp; easy - go for it.<br /><br />L<br />
ive settled for a more industrial look ive got some 3/4 nuts so ill put them round the usb<br /><br />itle probally be bullet proof when finished<br />
Sounds good, I'd like to see that.<br /><br />L<br />
you need a cap for it youll think of some thing
I've never found a cap to be necessary. The other one still works fine.<br /><br />L<br />
&nbsp;another job well done
If you don't spend a lot of time on perfection, you can knock these up pretty easily. I dislike the elaborate hacking I've seen on others. And I always mod these with extra-bits - that's the beauty of a Lego system...<br /><br />L<br />
I really like the one with the little lego man.
They're easy enough to modify, though I suppose that's obvious. L
that is a-freaking-mahzing!...6/5
Thanks, did you show your amazement with a rating or are you still reeling from that? L
at the time, Opera was being finicky and not allowing me to rate..so ill just say i was reeling of amazement
OK, You find Opera to be a good browser (I don't know but I hear good things)? L
yes, opera is a great browser, but it has occasional problems with rendering websites..i like..no love, the new opera 10 with the visual tabs and email client..infact there is a neat little element called panels on the sidebar, which can be anything from favorites, to history, to mini websites, which work well with mobile sites like aim express, m.myspace.com and m.youtube.com/..great browser, you should check it out
Yes I really <em>should</em> install that thing I downloaded months ago....<br/><br/>L<br/>
Hmmm Neat. I've been planning on doing something with a bare USB stick and I just may be raiding the sons' lego box.
Best lego usb EVER! Good job!
Thanks. L

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