- Two plates of metal (or plastic)
- glue-gun / super-glue
- Electrical tape
Step 1: Layout of the Headset
Luckily the answer/call button was located roughly at the center of the piece. (saved me the hassle of relocate it and solder..)
Step 2: The Casing
I decided on three screws to hold the piece together, one in the front and two at the back.
Step 3: Making Holes for the Speaker
Step 4: Fitting the Headset in the Casing
Then I fitted the circuit board so that the answer button would match the hole in the metal tag and applied a reasonable amount of glue.
Step 5: Put It All Together
When I had tightened the nuts I cut the top of the remaining screwes off.
Step 6: Hook It Up to the Ear
I had some tiny, flat and strong magnets laying around so I came up with a nice way of hang the head set on the ear.
The magnets were simply glued on with superglue.
Then I continued with the wire.
This part takes some fiddling to get a nice fit on the ear.
I started with rolling the end to get maximum surface contact between the wire and the magnets.
Then I rolled the other end to make it look good.
This design is quite nice since it allows you to rotate the headset in place and wear it on left and right ear.
Step 7: Last Touch
And that's it!
Hope you enjoyed it!