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Step 2: Cutting String

For this step, over 20 people volunteered their time throughout about 3 weeks working to prepare each individual string to hang each bottle.  Each string was labeled and cut to a specific length per the length denoted by the table.  A washer was tied to one end of the string so a bottle cap with a hole drilled in it could be hung from the string. This step takes many hours and is rather tedious.  Each individual was given 51 string lengths to cut in one sitting (the number of bottles in one column of the structure).  Doing it with other people makes this step in the process much more enjoyable.

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<p>Hi! Awezome! Both filtered water when it rains?</p>
<p>Hi I was wondering how did you determine the grid size? thanks :) </p>
The grid size was determined by the diameter of a typical 20 ounce plastic bottle.
<p>Ok thanks! </p>
<p>a lot ot bottles.. but very good result!</p>
<p>Superb, I want that beautiful canopy too. Where I can get that bottles?</p>
Awesome
idea fantastica.. <br>
Really like this and may make something similar for my backyard. <br>
I think this project was constructed very well. However I'd like you to elaborate as to how you came across your desired form in rhino
Awesome Job!
Wow. What a great amount of work! Fabulous result!
OMG that is a labour of love for sure
This is a very good environmental creation, I like it. <br>Thank you for sharing this idea.

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