Originally Posted by Baditude
More surface area of coil (larger gauge wire), more airflow (drill out your RDA cap holes), more watts (higher heat), lower ohm coil(s) (higher heat), and adequate wicking = more vapor.
Ohm's Law for Dummies
Originally Posted by Marc411
Originally Posted by schapiro72
28 gauge 1/16 bit 10 wraps. I have problems with the first and last wrap and keeping them tight with the rest. Do you guys keep the coil on the drill bit and insert it into the base. I read a tutorial showing a 5/64 bit into the base. I cant get it to fit.
If you have some round toothpicks in the house they fit nicely into your 5/64 coil and then into the bottom section of your build. Second time I posted this one tonight He doesn't use the toothpick but it's great for keeping the
Originally Posted by Vwls
Originally Posted by Cman1337
I use a SS Quasar by Cosmic innovations with 6 wraps of 24 guage wire. Comes out to 0.190 ohms.
WAT. Don't go that low. It's not needed and there are a laundry list of reasons not to including battery safety, acrolein production, etc.
Originally Posted by Striknine
Just purchased an Igo-T and would like to try out dripping in lieu of using a tank. How many wraps and what gauge does everyone recommend for a single or double coil build?
I have been using a kayfun for the last month with 12 wraps of 28ga.
Originally Posted by Sthur
This one has a lot of pictures too.
A - Z E-Cig Glossary | Guide To Vaping
Originally Posted by Dampmaskin
I wrote a blog post about this topic the other day, and made a calculator where you can model how hard you're hitting the battery in your APV or mech, at any given resistance and selected voltage/wattage.