Dummy iDevice for 40-Pin Docks

Wooden dummy of a popular personal music player to put in your old 40-pin docking devices

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This is an InkScape SVG file for lasercutting a wooden dummy of a popular portable music player using the Ponoko lasercutting service. Once cut, the wooden dummy can be assembled with yellow wood glue. It is "useful" for those of us who still use powered speakers and alarm clocks with a 40-pin docking connector. The wooden dummy makes that empty docking port seem not-so-empty. RIP Steve.


SVG file for the Ponoko lasercutting service

svg+xml - 13.00 kB - 06/24/2020 at 00:52


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Timescale wrote 06/25/2020 at 14:04 point

I'd love a set of these for display purposes. I have a 3rd gen iPod which still works and sits in the living room hifi area, but I also like the gen1,2 and 4 designs as well as this later classic model.

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Dan Maloney wrote 06/24/2020 at 00:15 point

Clever idea. Almost hard to believe how big the original iPod was.

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