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There are 10 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. If you have something to smoke, but nothing to smoke from, you can easily craft a smoking device out of household objects. They are easy to make, and can be fun to smoke out of. Fruit, pens, or water bottles can solve your smoking crisis. This image is not licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc. Fruit or vegetable Knife Skewer Aluminum foil Safety pin or thumbtack Lighter or matches. Empty plastic water bottle 2 Quart pitcher Aluminum foil Knife or scissors Safety pin or thumbtack Lighter or matches. A tube, like a paper towel or toilet paper roll Something to cover one end, like plastic wrap Aluminum foil Skewer or similar sharp object Lighter or matches.
If you have something to smoke but don’t have a pipe, first select a fresh piece of hard fruit, like an apple or zucchini. Carve a small bowl shape in one side of the fruit using a knife, then poke a hole from the side to the center with a kitchen skewer. After you’ve created the hole, make another one to link the bowl to the hole. You should also blow through the hole to make sure air can pass through it. Once air can flow through the hole, line the bowl area with aluminum foil, which will stop your smoking material from getting wet. Additionally, poke small holes in the foil using a safety pin so the smoke can escape, then pack your smoking material into the bowl. For tips on how to roll a smoke using a book or smoke with a pen, read on! It is a very popular item and comes in many different styles from "The Gambler" to "The Churchwarden". I made a pipe just for the fun of another DIY out in the workshop. You could turn one on the lathe in two separate pieces and then fit them together, or you might want to carve it out of Briar wood and then just drill your way through from the stem to the other end. But, in this easy step-by-step instructable, we will cut two identical pipe shapes out of wood and use a Dremel to carve out the inside and then glue the two halves together. Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Print out the PDF file below on an 8 inch by 11 inch sheet of paper. Cut out the pipe stencil and trace it two times on a piece of wood that is 3/4 of an inch thick. When you trace the pipe, it is very important to make sure that the stem of it is parallel to the wood grain. If you trace it against the wood grain, the stem will be very fragile and will probably break. I used my band saw for this, but you could use a jig saw or whatever you have at hand. You will need a 13/16 drill bit, a drill press (a drill would work, too, but it might not come out as good), and a C clamp. Line up the two halves of the pipe and clamp them together at the bottom. Next, draw a straight line from the top right corner to the bottom left corner. Draw another line from the top left corner to the bottom right corner. Where the two lines intersect is where you are going to drill your hole.
Put your 13/16 drill bit in your drill press and drill so that the point on the bit will go straight into the center of the pipe bowl. It is a diagram of the pipe airway that you should carve. Copy this onto your pipe cutouts so that when you put the to halves together, the drawing of the airway is on the inside. Once you are done with the carving, line up the two halves of your pipe so that the airway is on the inside. If you could blow through it easily then you are ready to move on to the next step.
Take out some strong wood glue and dab a little bit in the blank spots where you haven't carved anything and put a LITTLE LITTLE bit on the stem because when you put the two halves together, the glue will want to seep into the airway and block it up. Clamp the two halves together or put them in a vice for a few hours. Once it is completely dry, take it out of all the pressure and blow pretty hard into it. If you could blow through, then you're ready to move on.