Build your own diy aeroponic system My first encounter with a commercially-available hydroponic system was a garden professionally manufactured from 6 inch PVC pipe. Since then, I’ve experimented with several variations on that design, in search of less expensive ways to get started in hydroponics.
I used 1/2 inch PVC Electrical Conduit. I cut it all up into 3 inch pieces with a chop saw and glued them all together. Then I built a box out of foam core board just to have a back for markers to hit so they didn't go all the way through. I used foam core cause it was cheap and easy for me to work with and the marker storage just sits right beside my table on a shelf at arms reach. I was going to use copper pipe but it was more expensive, but with the walls of the copper pipe bieng thiner…
These 3 little witches were a big hit with my trick or treaters.I used tomato cages turned upside down. I used a 6 inch styrofoam ball for the heads.I used 2 inch pvc pipe for the shoulders and ran a coat hanger for the arms.I was in luck when I found styrofoam hands.I glued long red nails to the hands,placed pillows on the backside of the witches to give them a hump back look.I bought fabric and placed it on with sewing needles.I found some cheap mask and hats that already had hair on them.
Camping DIY: Pop-up camper mod. 6" PVC pipe mounted on camper to hold outdoor carpet. It is connected to the frame with internal stainless steel carriage bolts and hardware. A cap on the left and screw plug on the right should keep the carpet nice and dry. Genius! | ruggedthugruggedthug