Posted by IGN on October 01, 2018 01:22:47 The next step is to assemble the antenna on your DIY project.
First, you’ll need to find a metal tube that fits your specific requirements.
I prefer a 35mm metal tubing, which is made from aluminum.
Metal tubes are available at most electronics stores, like Hobby Lobby.
If you can’t find one, you can get a metal tubing kit at a hardware store.
You’ll need a tube that is at least 12 inches long, and can withstand about 30 pounds of force per square inch.
For example, my kit measures 12 inches and can accommodate a 35 mm tube.
I found mine at Home Depot, which sells about 40 of them.
You’ll also need a small metal tube with an opening about the size of a thumb.
For my project, I needed an 11 inch, 22 inch metal tube.
To assemble it, you just need to screw the opening onto the top of the metal tube and attach the antenna to the end.
It’s a little trickier than assembling a traditional antenna, but you can do it if you’re confident that you have everything you need.
You can also just glue the antenna into place, if you prefer.
After you assemble the metal antenna, you’re ready to install it.
You’re going to attach the metal tubing to the metal ring with a pair of double-sided tape, which can be found at most hardware stores.
You don’t need to tape the tube in place with tape, because the metal rings are much more resilient than a single-sided adhesive.
You may need to apply some extra pressure to make it stick.
After the metal is glued to the ring, you should have a metal antenna.
I didn’t have any trouble with the metal, which was sturdy enough to withstand my weight.
The antenna was easy to set up, and the metal had enough strength to handle my weight with.
I could see it sitting perfectly on the top shelf of my garage.
I installed it by using a small screwdriver to push the metal down onto the metal.
Once it’s fully installed, the antenna will hang from the metal bracket and you can put it on.
Once you’re finished, you could easily remove it from the antenna.
It looks pretty cool with the antenna sticking out the top.
The ring also helps keep the metal in place and looks pretty awesome in the process.
The metal ring is attached to the aluminum tube.
This is the metal base of the antenna, so it should be attached to whatever you’re mounting it to.
You won’t be able to use the antenna as a stand without some kind of support.
You could use a stand for it to sit in, but I found that it didn’t do anything useful for the project.
It just looked silly.
If you’re building something else, like a table or desk, you may need a special tool to attach it to the ground.
You’d need to drill a hole through the metal and use some kind (like screws) to hold it in place.
This project doesn’t need it, but it might be useful if you need to attach a metal table to a table top.
You might also want to use some glue to hold the metal on.
Here’s the final product:The metal antenna is attached with a piece of 3M adhesive.
I tried using some regular adhesive, but that didn’t hold it securely in place as well.
If this wasn’t the case, you’d have to apply extra pressure, but the metal was still in place by the time I got it installed.