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this is a fairly simple design for a lego ipod dock that fits most ipods. this design was actually hodge-podged from peices laying around so most of them can be substituted to make it sturdier.
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Step 1: Parts

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you will need the following LEGO peices.

1x "8x8" THIN base
2x "2x6" THIN brick
5x "2x4" THIN brick***
2x "1x1" THIN dot brick"
1x "1x6" THIN brick***
6x "2x2" regular or slanted brick (i used slanted)
1x "2x4" regular brick
3x "1x4" regular brick
1x "1x8" regular brick
2x "1x6" regular brick
1x specialty fence brick or 1x4 THIN brick... either work

and will also need the followng

1x "iPod dock cable
2x folded paper (these can be made easily with a little trial and error)
1x zip-tie

*** these i actually used different parts for... i listed the ones that would make it the most sturdy***

Step 2: Prep

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add a zip-tie around your ipod connector so the release buttons are held down firmly

Step 3: The bottom parts

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now lets start... the pieces next to the base will be used in the next step/picture

pic 1. start with the two dot pieces and place them on the back evenly spaced...

pic 2. place two of the slanted pieces on the outer edges and place the fence piece on top of the dot pieces

pic 3. take 4 of the 2x4 thin pieces and stack them into two piles of two. place where pictured

pic 4. put the 1x8 piece over the two slanted pieces and then put a 2x4 thin on top of the 2x4 regular and put where pictured and put the two 1x4 pieces on the outer edges where pictured

Step 4: The upper levels

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pic 1. add the 2x2 slants where pictured

pic 2. put the 1x6 thin piece on top of the 1x6 regular piece. i hodge-podged this part

pic 3. stack the 1x4 piece on top of the center of the other 1x6 piece and put on the very front.

pic 4. place the two 2x6 thin pieces where pictured.

DONE! now time to add the dock connector.
instead of using paper use these it doesnt topple at all
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protonrules5 years ago
 you don't have to do that any more, the new dock connectors don't have release buttons.
PSPerson (author)  protonrules5 years ago
yeah, i don't like them very much. they come out too easily when i'm using it as a cable, and stick too much when they're in a dock =/
 Brilliant instructable! It helped a lot. Protonrules is right.
protonrules5 years ago
 BTW, great instructable, helped alot =D