The term Maccheroni Inferrati is used interchangibly with Busiate. Although these are two different shapes, one a telephone wire and the other a tube, they are made in almost exactly the same way. Both are Calabrian specialties made using an old knitting needle. Maccheroni Inferrati is essentially the name for handmade bucatini.
Roll the dough into 1cm thick 'worms' then place the length of the dough parallel to a wooden or iron rod. Press the rod down and roll rapidly back and forth moving your hands apart to extend the length of the pasta until the dough encloses to make a tube and the hole is large enough for you to remove the pasta.