The process is straightforward and very, very simple.
You’ll need an empty, plastic pipe, an 8-foot-long, 10-foot long pipe cutter and a 3-inch PVC pipe hook to make your antenna.
The process also involves using a piece of wood, metal tubing, and a screwdriver to attach the pipe to the antenna.
Once attached, the antenna can be mounted on a wall or attached to a pole or pole mount.
To see how this works, we talked to Dr. David Schatz, a mechanical engineer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee who is working with industrial engineers to develop an antenna for industrial use.
We spoke with Dr. Schatz about the process and what it takes to build an antenna from a PVC pipe.
How to Build an Antennae from a Polystyrene PipeWhat you’ll need to do is first cut a length of PVC pipe, which you can either buy or build yourself.
Cut it into strips of 3 inches or 8 feet long and cut one end at the top and one end near the bottom.
You can then either put a metal or wood piece of tubing on the end of the PVC pipe to attach to the end and cut another piece of PVC.
This piece is the hook that will attach the antenna to the pipe.
The hook is then attached to the PVC and then you can then attach a metal tube to the hook to form a piece that will connect the antenna back to the base of the pipe and then attach the PVC to the back of the antenna with the hook.
Once the PVC has been cut, you will need to drill holes in it to allow the hook and pipe to connect.
Dr. Schatsch told us that a 3.5-inch length of polystyrene tubing was used in this process, which was approximately 5 feet long.
We asked him about the strength of the polystyrenes and he said they’re very strong, but it depends on how they are placed.
We found the PVC that he used in the process to be pretty weak, so we used a stronger version of PVC in the finished product.
Dr Schatz told us how the process was done, and how he was able to create an antenna that would fit the specifications of a factory that wanted to put an antenna on a factory-built machine.
How long will the antenna take to build?
Dr. David told us he estimates that the antenna will take about two weeks to build, and that the length of time the antenna is in the antenna assembly will depend on how long it takes the factory to drill a hole in the PVC, how long the hook is attached to it, and the strength that the polyester is.
He said that the factory will likely be able to cut a piece out of a 4-inch piece of plastic and use it as the antenna piece.
What do you think?
Is the Antenna Worth the Money?
Dr Schatsich told us the process of making an antenna is a little different from making an electronic antenna because the antenna won’t work if you have an electronic device attached to your rig, but if you’re looking for an antenna, it’s worth it.
“It’s a great antenna, especially for an industrial use where you need something with a range of up to 10 miles.
I think the cost is probably the same or better than the $200 price tag for an amateur radio system,” Dr. Shatz said.