I'm building a set for a theater group and they want me to build a row of lights to go along with it.
They want it to look as though a row of Edison lights, 5' high and sitting atop 1/2" black pipe, were sprouting out of a wooden base.
After researching, I have a few ideas of how to do it with rattle canned RMC (see attached picture), but I've been having problems finding cross style Rigid Conduit Bodies... most seem to be (at most) Tees.
Otherwise, my plan was to use Leviton lamp holders fitted into a 1-1/4"x1/2 bell reducer, connect that to the 1/2" RMC, and through the wood base. Below, I'd connect each pipe to the rigid bodies, a short nipple down to a floor flange, and 6" gal pipe connecting it to the rigid body next in line.
I hope this makes sense.
Please let me know if I'm on the right track or if there's an easier or safer method.