Mobile Holder

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Step 1: Draw

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Step 2: Cut

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Step 3: Form

Form over candle

Step 4: Finish

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    raikut

    9 years ago on Step 4

    wow!! Thanks, this was what I was looking for and made one for myself. really it helped me a lot. Do keep on posting these tutorials. They are just mind blowing. I am giving a picture also of of what i have made. Its not a pro like you have built. but it worked. And one question. when i heat the CD it gets black, is there a solution for that.

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    mrmath

    11 years ago on Introduction

    One can only assume you mean CUT and not CAT. Instructions would be really nice with this instructable. For instance, how do you measure out the cd? How do you go about cutting up the CD? I've always seen it shatter when I try to cut them. How do you bend them without burnging the CD?

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    Kitemanmrmath

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    The measurements will be different for different models of mobile, and should be easy to work out once you've watched the video through. Cutting the CD seems to be performed with scissors (if people have trouble with that, maybe a dremel would work?) As for the bending without burning, that would probably take patience and a little practice. (If there are skint tweenagers reading this, I expect this to become quite a common home-made gift this coming Christmas)

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    msolekmrmath

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    you right most shatter, DVD is better than CD, and not all are good to the cut, Thank for correct my English :)

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    LinuxH4x0r

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Nice idea. Very minimalistic. i would add a way to charge it when its being held. Good idea.

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    Kiteman

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I like this - minimalism overcomes language barriers.

    Maybe it could become a new sub-genre, mime-ables.