Step 4: Building the Cord Holder

stack the 2x2 pieces on top of each other as shown.  Then place a 2x2, and a 1x1 on top of them as shown.
REALLY cool dude. 5*****'s all the way!! This is a MUST try!!!Nice work!!
AWESOME!!!!!!<br><br>I rate this a DEFINANT 5 STARS!!! THANX iApple guy
Thank you!
So far i made 27 ipod docks and moded one for my motorola! thanx :)<br>
Why did you make 27 iPod docks!?!?
because my little sis kept breaking it ;o
Impressive work iApple guy!
can you make a modified one for the iTouch?
I think the iPod touch will fit, but I do not know. Could you give me the dimensions for the iPod touch
4.3 in by 2.3 in by 0.28 in.
I Just built it and modified for iPhone no problems nice work iApple guy. I just widened the cradle &amp; made less back wall to make iPhone lean at a nice angle, the hardest bit was finding all my bits in my sons <a href="http://www.gogoandco.com/cart/toy-storage/gogosac" rel="nofollow">GoGoSac</a>&nbsp;full of lego but at least clean up of lego after was easy.
That's what I did!
GREAT IDEA!!!!!<br>I added a speaker on each side to the lego structure and it looks and sound fantastic!
I think I will do that.
Can you post pictures?

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