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Tired of laying your iPod around? Well this is something you can make with your iPod dock piece you received. Well this is my first Instructable so go easy on me. All I can say is that it's a Lego ipod dock made with 33 blocks (I think). It worked for me and I hope it works for you.
 
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Step 1: The Bottom

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What is different from other iPod docks is that mine doesn't have base. It's just blocks stuck together. If you look at the pictures below, you will see.
This is the lay out for the bottom. Just keep it like that. it is 6 by 11.

Step 2: The Middle Layers

The middle part has to be built a certain way. Set it up like this. Look at the pictures for help.

Step 3: Putting It Together

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Stack level 2 on level 1, 3 on 2, and 4 on 3.

Step 4: USB Cord

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This is something that will make your life easier. You don't have to crack or glue your USB cable. Just tape it. If it looks ugly, the dock will block it.

Step 5: Putting The Back

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Look at the pictures.

Step 6: Finish

Done! Enjoy! Leave comments!
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Thanks for the idea. I built one, but I had a hard time following the instructions.
 
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 You can also add speakers on the inside. I hacked at my dock so a speaker plug could fit in it. 
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lol, i like that your name is Blueisforcoolkids but your dock is red ;D
galilee126 years ago
Hey I had the same problem with pics begin blurry. I found the macro feature and that will focus on the fines details.
rlawrence7 years ago
u need a new camera dude!!!!!!!!!!!! it's all blury
gmjhowe7 years ago
good, not as complicated or big as some of the others - which is good. good instructions despite an amount of blurryness
Pretty cool idea, you might want to try using macro mode on your camera. Nice job!
Sorry dude, but this has been done a ton of times. Nice Instructable though!