13 - 1 inch diameter pipe; 24' in length ( I used left over copper pipe.)
70-100 feet of synthetic rope. ( The rope must be able to be melted together.)
1 - 2x3 or 2x4; 32 inches in length.
1 - piece of partical board/scrap wood/plywood; roughtly 1'6"x4'
2 - Clamps or folding chairs. ( A table or work bench will also be needed if using clamps.)
1 - Lit candle
1 - Pair of Strong cutting shears.
1 - 1 inch diameter drill bit
1 - yard stick or equivilent.
2 - 2 inch screws
And some various tools ( pencil, drill, etc.)
Step 1: Create the Jig
Step 2: Setting up the Jig and Inserting the Pipes
Now take your 2 clamps or folding chairs. If using clamps, clamp your jig to a table or work bench. or set your jig on 2 folding chairs. Once your jig is set up, Insert a pipe into each of the 13 holes. Your jig should now be complete and ready to use.