Start by cutting the pipe to the length you want your pulls. When figuring the total length, remember to account for the inch or so that the elbows will add. Once cut, debur and bevel the edge. Next cut the dowel into 1 1/2" pieces and taper one end to fit inside the small end of the elbow. You want the wood to be visible from the opposite end. The last step is to roughen up the inside of the large end of the elbow. We will later use epoxy to fix the dowels and this will help it adhere to the copper.