Introduction: Lego Wireless Mouse (part 2)

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I could never find my mouse in my backpack or when I was carrying my computer in one hand with the mouse on it, and stuff in my other hand, the mouse would always fall off my computer. So I thought how I could fix this problem so I came up with the Lego wireless mouse!

Step 1: Check Out Part 1

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If you try to do this project, check out my previous instructable because you won't be able to make this build without the first part

Step 2: Measure and Cut

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I measure the usb hole that was useless now because of the Lego that I put on to protect the receiver. So I measured the hole and the Lego and cut the Lego and the hole so they would fit with keeping the Lego still connectable.

Step 3: Glue

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I then glued the Lego into the hole and held it in there until it held itself

Step 4: Sand

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I used some sandpaper to make the Lego and mouse even. I made sure to keep the Lego flat so it could still connect with other Legos.

Step 5: Glue Some More

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I glued another 1x2 Lego on to the receiver so I could be able to connect the mouse to the receiver.

Step 6: Done!

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This project turned out really cool. The Lego mouse fits really well together with the computer in between. Thanks for looking through my instructable and your comments are highly appreciated!


inrobot22 (author)2015-12-05

The usb is pretty solid tho

inrobot22 (author)2015-12-05

Thanks I'll consider

Squid_448 (author)2015-12-05

Smart but you could put a flat brick on the cover I your laptop instead so you don't have to worry if the USB piece falls out

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