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This design is compact, and differs from the classic Hampton by having the same connective functionality on both sides. If you're lucky with the dimensions of the USB ...
Make sure you don't have any data on the stick that you can't afford to lose, but they're pretty tough. Each design will come apart in it's own ...
To cut the Lego pieces to length they were roughly weakened with a sharp knife and snapped longer than they would need to be in the finished stick. ...
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 ...
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