Posted October 06, 2018 09:00:00A metal box that you can’t quite wrap your hand around can be used to make a 10 foot long wire.
This is a DIY technique that can be performed on a shoebox or a small box.
The wire is made up of 16 gauge metal wire and then the ends are wrapped with plastic tape.
The metal wire is then sandwiched between two pieces of plastic.
The plastic sheet can be made to stick to the metal wire, but be careful that the plastic does not catch the wire on itself.
The wire will then be made of the plastic and plastic sheet.
The next step is to wrap the plastic with duct tape, which prevents the wire from coming loose.
The final step is using a piece of rubber band to secure the plastic to the wire.
This method works on the smallest of boxes, and you can make more complicated shapes and lengths.
It’s a great DIY tool for those who are new to electronics.
It has no need for soldering or soldering iron, and is easy to build.