Boring holes in the bottom of bottles.
Basically the plan is to daisy chain many bottles together to form a continuous flow when i pumped water through them.
I’d rather like to insert the top of one, into the bottom of the next and seal with a rubber grommet of sorts.
It’s for a solar water heated shower.
I’ve heard abrasive paste can be used with a piece of notched brass tube. Or i could make a furnace and bring each bottle to a temp in which i could force a hole through it.
Cheers!Posted 4 years agojonbaMember
something based on this…Posted 4 years ago
what about if you used copper pipes to do a straw in the bottle type set up?
ie the pipe goes to the bottom of the bottle which flows water in and a larger pipe that terminates at the top takes water out. Just need some kind of bung (eg cork) with two holes in for the pipes. You can make the pipes U shapes to link all the bottles togther.Posted 4 years ago
or from jonbas link: http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_6749312_cut-hole-glass-bottle.htmlPosted 4 years ago
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