A few years ago, I bought a spiral vacuum tube from a shop that made spiral tubes.
They’re usually about $50 or less.
But I didn’t want to buy a new one, so I looked around online.
I came across the Spiral Tube Builder, which allows you to make your own tube.
It’s a bit of a gamble.
The maker’s instructions are vague, and there’s no guarantee that you’ll get a great product.
But the creators are very helpful, and they have several videos that explain the process.
You’ll need a vacuum tube with a diameter of 3/8 to 3/4 inches (10mm to 12mm).
I used a 1-inch diameter tube.
The manufacturer’s instructions include a couple of suggestions.
You could also make a longer tube, and it would be cheaper, too.
The basic rule is to build a tube from the top to the bottom.
For example, the top half of a 1/4-inch tube would be 2 inches tall.
The bottom half would be 1/2-inch.
You can also build a circle with a circle inside.
Then, when you make the top and bottom halves of the tube, make a circle in the middle of that circle.
That will form a spiraling tube, which will fit the requirements of a spiral tube.
Here are the instructions: Step 1.
Cut the bottom part of the 1- and 2-inch tubes.
Cut each end with a sharp knife.
Then remove the two plastic tabs on the top of the tubes.
Cut away the ends of the 2- and 3-inch tubing.
Make sure you remove the tabs from the center.
Remove the center section of the tubing.
The two plastic parts on the ends will be easy to remove.
The one on the bottom of the left tube is the inner tube.
Make the tube.
There are three basic parts to making a spiral.
Step 1: Measure the diameter of the inner tubes.
The diameter of your tube should be about 3/16 to 3 / 4 inches (12mm to 14mm).
You can use a ruler or measuring tape to get the diameter.
Step 6: Measure how much of the center tube will be in the center of the spiral.
The circumference of the inside of the outer tube should equal the diameter, or 2/4 inch (5.2 mm).
For example: If you’re making a 1.5-inch spiral tube with two sides, the diameter will be 3/32 to 3.2 inches (11mm to 15mm).
Step 7: Measure from the inside edge of the top tube to the center inside of your spiral tube’s inner tube and back again.
The distance from the outside edge to the inside center will equal the radius, or 1.75 inches (4.4 mm).
Step 8: Add the end pieces to the tube’s bottom half.
There will be three pieces to add to your spiral.
One piece is the tube that will fit into the bottom half of your 1- or 2- or 3- or 4-inch-thick tube.
This is the center piece.
It should be 1 inch (25.6 mm) in diameter.
The other two pieces are the center pieces that will attach to the outer half of the first half of any tube you’re building.
The third piece is a little piece of the same diameter as the center portion of the third tube.
You need to add it at the top.
The center piece is 1.125 inches (2.5 mm) wide, and the two outer pieces are 1.25 inches (25 mm) each.
Step 9: Add your tube’s top half.
The tube will now fit inside your spiral’s center piece and back.
Step 10: Add all the other parts of the original tube to make the spiral, including the center part, the outer piece, and any other pieces you added.
This step takes about two hours, and you should be able to put together the spiral at the end of the hour.
If you need help making the spiral tube and getting it into place, you can visit the maker’s website to see how he does it.
The Spiral Tube Maker is a good place to find out more.
If that’s too complicated, check out this tutorial to help make your spiral box.