Lego IPod Dock




Introduction: Lego IPod Dock

About: I like taking electronics apart and finding a project to do with them, like one time I took apart a computer. Or two, of three, or four! And I put one in a cardboard case, but it would not boot up, I did not…

This is a simple Lego iPod dock that you can build in a single afternoon. It is very simple to make. Oh, and by the way this is my first instructable, so I hope you like it!

Step 1: Gather Pieces

1. 1 16x8 plate
2. 4 8x2s
3. 8 3x2s
4. 12 2x2s
5. 8 6x2s
6. 5 4x2s
7. 2 1x2s
8. 2 1x4s
9. 2 1x6s
10. 2 1x1s

Step 2: Main Body

Stack 4 2x6s on top of each other, and place on board as shown.  Build two walls around the piece that you just made as shown.

Step 3: Another Wall!

Build the wall as shown in the pictures

Step 4: Building the Cord Holder

stack the 2x2 pieces on top of each other as shown.  Then place a 2x2, and a 1x1 on top of them as shown.

Step 5: USB Cord

Put the USB charger across the two Lego pieces as shown.  Then secure the cord down with Lego pieces.

Step 6: Finish the Back Wall

Finish covering the back wall with Lego's as shown.

Step 7: Bulid the Corners

Build the corners around the USB plug as shown.

Step 8: Testing 1, 2, 3.

Plug in your iPod and your done!


These steps are optional they are just for decoration.

Step 10:

1. 6 clear 1x1 slanted pieces
2. 6 1x2s

Step 11: Putting It All Together

Put it all together as shown.

Step 12: Second Test

So NOW you can plug your iPod in, and enjoy!

Step 13: Enjoy!

Enjoy your new iPod dock!

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    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    So far i made 27 ipod docks and moded one for my motorola! thanx :)


    11 years ago on Introduction

    can you make a modified one for the iTouch?

    iApple guy
    iApple guy

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I think the iPod touch will fit, but I do not know. Could you give me the dimensions for the iPod touch


    11 years ago on Introduction

    I Just built it and modified for iPhone no problems nice work iApple guy. I just widened the cradle & made less back wall to make iPhone lean at a nice angle, the hardest bit was finding all my bits in my sons GoGoSac full of lego but at least clean up of lego after was easy.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    GREAT IDEA!!!!!
    I added a speaker on each side to the lego structure and it looks and sound fantastic!