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Step 6: Cap Preparation

Each cap needed to be drilled with a hole so the string could easily fit through, but not large enough for the washer tied to the end of the string would also come through.

We used a drill press with a 1/8" bit to drill the holes.
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<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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