No, no. That’s not a protective case. And it certainly isn’t CNC-milled or cut with a laser. It’s a handmade wooden iPod Nano.
When Josh got a new iPod for Christmas, he couldn’t just throw the old one away. So, he did what anyone would do – made it a wooden enclosure, complete with contrasting click wheel. And when he was done with that, he made it a wooden dock and iTrip case:
And the best part? He did it without any fine woodworking tools; just the DIYers best buddy, the rotary tool.
The wooden clickwheel was “milled” then attached with plain ol’ double-sided tape to the existing one. Cool, right?
via College Life DIY