I've been seeing a lot of Lego iPod docks on instructables, and I wanted to make one of my own. The one I made comes with a front that can add on to the back to make a backrest for your iPod Touch or iPhone.
To build this iPod dock, you'll need:
1) 3 1x10 standard pieces
2) 17 1x6 standard pieces
3) 15 1x2 standard pieces
4) 12 1x1 standard pieces
5) 10 1x4 standard pieces
6) 2 3-pegged L-shaped standard pieces (Preferably a different colour than the rest of the pieces)
7) 2 2x2 standard pieces
8) 1 2x6 standard piece
9) 2 1x2 flat pieces
10) 1 2x6 flat piece
11) 1 6x14 flat piece (Your base)
12) 1 iPod charging cord
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Step 1: Getting Started
Picture 1 - Lay out your base 6x14 flat piece on a flat surface.
Picture 2 - Place two 1x6 regular pieces on the widths of your base.
Picture 3 - Put one of your three 1x10 standard pieces in the middle of the end facing away from you.
Picture 4 - Place two 1x1 pieces to fill in the gaps.
Picture 5 - Put down two parallel 1x4 pieces touching each corner closest to you, so it leaves a 1x4 space between them.
Picture 6 - Put two 1x1 pieces in the 1x4 gap. There should be a 1x2 gap now, right in the middle of the side facing you.
Picture 7 - Place two parallel 1x4 pieces four pegs away from either width of the base.
Picture 8 - Place two 1x6 pieces on the two top right corners, so that they face each other.
Picture 9 - Place a 1x2 piece in the middle of the two 1x6 pieces.
Picture 10 - Place four 1x4 pieces as shown in the picture.