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  1. Katya's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cigatron
    Great job! Glad it's working for you. Add a couple of 1/4-20x 3/16 long set screws to allow for interchangeable mandrels. Google cigamajig v2 to see pics
    Cig--I did Google cigamajig v2 but couldn't find any pictures or instructions. Could you provide a link?

    Thanks.
  2. Sirius's Avatar
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    Don't drop your mods friends..but I may just have ended the quest for the blueberry unicorn. Ahl has another one out..much better than Stardust and all blueberry this time. FOOB is was spot on sweet fresh blueberries. It's put up for a steep now and I'll revisit it next week.
  3. Stacy1's Avatar
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    Cotton Candy and bananas foster are the only two I don't have. Atleast I know I have the basics lol. Now to master what to do with them
  4. Darryl Licht's Avatar
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    That was a perfect short sweet and to the point read for a DIY newb considering this next step in the evolution of vaping! Thanks a million!!!
  5. Jovey's Avatar
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    Ok, i'm confused as well. This was a VERY good informative article and i am taking baby steps to learn all i can before i begin doing the DIY ejuices. However, from what i'm gathering from this blog entry on Nicotine, like a few others have already stated, that nicotine isn't the addictive substance in cigerettes? Only because it's only freebase nictone that can be addictive correct?

    If that's the case, then is it the tar and 4000 other chemicals in analogs that we was addicted too? Just needing some clarification cause i'm now totally confused. If there's another blog entry somewhere that explains this, i would love to read it. Thanks Danny for all your hard work in educating people in these areas....you're blessing many people and that's to be commended!!! *two thumbs up*
  6. Bill's Magic Vapor's Avatar
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    Wow! That was very inspiring to me! I appreciate the kind remarks Zazzer! Best to you!
  7. MacTechVpr's Avatar
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    Great post, great roundup, as always Bill…Thank you!
  8. Bill's Magic Vapor's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stegle
    Thank you for the reply, I'll just start playing with them.

    I'm very sorry to hear of your loss!
    Many thanks! Be well!
  9. ChristianProgrammer's Avatar
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    im in milwaukee and forum correction ( here) to my mispelling of orchetta to Horchetta led me to chitown vapor
    will be trying them out... oh tried some Mt baker a while back ... very medicine-ie.. tried to let her steep & breathe as it was Horribly medicine like, only two have seemed vapable thus far.. not impressed ...apparently I hate menthol vapes ( lol Im black and used to smoke newports haha)
    Seduce juice seems ok but still trying to find something great from them. They gave me their Cesar in a 30ml as a gift for trying their sample pack,, its ok for an all day but by afternoon thats more than enough of that. They also have Exodus 7:30 not sure but I may re order that one
  10. JeremyR's Avatar
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    My reply in a thread-


    Hi tj, ahh the age old stacked battery debate..

    Dual battery regulated mods stress the battery less. Modern imr battery's and wrappers are much safer than their old counter parts...

    Using a stacked battery mod with an 8v input voltage to produce 30w the amperage/ current is only 3.75 A.

    A single battery mod with 4v input at 30w produces a current of 7.5 A

    How is this more dangerous?

    50w
    Single 4v input - 12.5 amp load
    Stacked 8v input - 6.25 amp load on the batteries.

    Something to think about.. Its very simple to do it safely.

    By the way I like your signature... I've had the same mod and Atty in daily use for over a year.
  11. Thediscoranger's Avatar
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    I don't know if your still on this but I have a inr18650-25R Samsung Sdi battery well 2 on a sigelie 100w and 0.2 ohms on here are those battery's okay? Also how important do you feel marrying the battery's are? There about like an amp or 2 off so yeah I usually run it at about 50-60 watts 3.6 to 3.8 volts dual coil 24 guage 5 wraps so thank you if you do reply
  12. State O' Flux's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by readeuler
    I hope you don't mind me using your blog as an opportunity to learn physics through vaping :P
    Not at all, 'P'... quite the contrary. We're on the same page for both a basic explanation of just what HC is, how it applies, as well as it's value when compared to other variables.

    As this all started with the question: "so, what the hell does mJ K-1 mean in the real world?"... being able to share that curiosity, along with the desire to translate that question into terms and examples that most can understand, well... it's always good to have a second (and bigger) enthusiastic brain working at a solution.

    Your comments, conclusions and calculations, both here and in private communications over the past few days, have provided me with a rational, detailed secondary perspective as well as a valuable, "on the same page" validation... I appreciate you efforts very much.

    Cheers!
  13. State O' Flux's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by readeuler
    Hello Mr. Flux, first a love letter: Nicely done!

    Now an inquiry: You don't happen to know how Heat Capacities are calculated by steam-engine, do you? I was switching up builds today, going from 24ga to parallel 28ga, and looking over the numbers. As expected, Surface Area and Heat Flux are inversely proportional for a fixed wattage.

    I'm curious if there's a nice relationship between Heat Capacity and certain values - I see it increases as length increases, and as I play around just now, it appears to be vary solely on the length of the wire - two coils weighing (approximately) 123mg will both have (approximately) a heat capacity of 56.6 units, no matter how the other variables change (wire gauge included).
    Thanks very much boss.

    I do not. I've looked high and low for the exact reference to the mJ K-1 value (I imagine the mJ is millijoule, but the second part, I don't know if it's Kelvin, or what the upper '-1' references) but I've not had any success.

    Funny thing is, I've had a few conversations with Lars recently, and completely forgot about asking him to point me at the source material.

    I see HC as something not quite as critical as heat flux, where a particular "temperature range" is (albeit somewhat subjectively) desirable for an individual... but instead, more a comparator value, in the sense that you are looking for the desirable HF first... with a universally desirable, low HC value second.

    Regarding your last comment... I see HC (and HF) adjust with the variables of gauge, net resistance and parallel coil count... with wattage being the only variable that does not affect HC. Or am I missing your observation?

    Next time I talk to Lars, I'll get the specs... 'cause it really bugs the hell out of me that I don't know.
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