Okay, yet another geocaching instructable that I've made. This hook was made for the nano cache to allow it be easily mounted to wood, and / or for the geocaches to get the cache. You don't want the cache to break when someone tries to get it..
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Step 1: What Do We Need?
Okay, you don't need much at all, After all we are only bending a metal wire :)
Strongish wire ( Not too strong nor thick )
Pliers. ( Bending strong wire with your hands can hurt and also can dig into your skin )
And the mussle to bend the wire.. ( Everyone already has this ;)
Step 2: Bends 0 & 1
Okay, Two bends to start this off..
First bend the end of the wire into it's self..
Secondly you want to bend the wire into a hook.. ( Almost done already :)
Step 3: Bend 2
Okay, tilt the hook onto an angle so you can make a loop for a screw to fit through, to allow it to be nailed to some wood..
Step 4: Bend 3
Just a few more bends to help support the cache in one spot..
Note: Instead of going straght from screw one to screw two is because the extra wire, allows move movement but not limited..
Step 5: Yet Another Bend ( Almost Done )
Okay, time to fix the rest of that bending!
Step 6: Lucky Last Bend!
If you are sad to find this being the last bend, then goto step 1 :)