How to create a new pipe from the ground up in minutes.
It’s a process that can be completed with little or no tools, and it’s a relatively simple task that can make all the difference between your home and the comfort of a home in the future.
We’ve done it, and we’re now ready to share the results with you.
This video explains it in a few easy steps.
Watch the video to see how it’s done.
Make the pipe What you’ll need for this process: 1 1/2-inch pipe (the same size as your roof) 2 1/4-inch pipes (1/4″ is a bit thick for a pipe, but it’s usually not that thick, so it’s not much of a problem) 1/8-inch bolt, 1/16-inch wrench, and a 3/8 inch socket for fastening the pipe to the pipe bolt.
Cut the pipe How to do it: Remove the original pipe from its original location, and cut the new pipe down to the proper length.
To get it right, we used a 1/32-inch cutter to cut the pipe down one inch and then a 1-inch hole saw to cut it down one-third.
This was then cut into pieces and sanded down to a smooth surface.
We used a 3-1/2 inch drill bit to drill the pipe into the pipe piece.
Then, we had the pipe bolted to the piece, and welded it together.
Once welded, the pipe was cut and sandblasted to a uniform surface that we could mark with the pipe hole saws, and the 3- 1/3-inch socket for attaching the pipe bolts to the pipes.
Install the pipe The pipe was bolted to each pipe bolt with 3-3/4 inch pipe bolts, and was welded together.
This process was repeated for each of the pipes, and then the pipes were all finished.
Measure the pipe height to ensure it fits snugly This process is similar to the first step, except we used 1/6-inch screws to secure the pipe.
Measure to get the pipe width What you’re looking for in the pipe: The width of the pipe you want to be installed.
Measure your pipe to get a rough estimate of its length.
(If you have a longer pipe, you’ll want to measure its length.)
If your pipe is too long to fit into your existing roof, you can measure it with a 1 1 1-foot (305mm) drill bit and then cut it to the correct length.
If your existing pipe is much too short, you will need to cut out the excess pipe and weld it together to create your new pipe.
The pipe length can vary from 1/5-inch (2.4cm) to 1/10-inch to 1-1.5-inches (3.3-3.5cm) depending on the thickness of the original roof and the pipe length.
This is where the pipe-to-roofing technique comes in.
The shorter the pipe, the less room you’ll have for your roof and your new roof.
Measure from the pipe and add a bit of height What you want the pipe in the roof: Measure the distance from the top of the new roof to the bottom of the old roof.
This will give you the exact height of the roof you’re adding.
For this example, we measured the top height from the edge of the floor of the home to the top edge of our roof.
Measure and add length If the pipe is more than 1-3 inches (5.7cm) in length, you may need to trim the pipe up and down to fit the new structure.
This could be done by adding 1/12-inch or 1/20-inch-long lengths to the original length and then trimming it back to the final length of the piece.
Measure with a 3 1/1-inch drill bit What you need in the drill bit: A 3 1 1 or 1- 1 1 inch (5 cm) drill.
The length of your drill bit is important, so take note of how long it is when you start measuring.
The best measurement is when the pipe itself is less than 1 1 0/4 inches (3 cm).
Measure using a 3 3/4 (8.5 cm)-inch drill press What you should measure with the drill: The length and width of your pipe.
Measure it to make sure it fits the roof, and add the desired depth.
(For this example we used the length of our drill bit).
Measure length with a ruler and a tape measure What you might need for measuring length: A ruler to measure the length you’re measuring.
A tape measure, if you need to measure your length from the outside to the inside of your roof.
A pair of scissors, or