CARE AND FEEDING OF YOUR T.M.C.
(Tensioned Contact Micro/Macro/Mini Coil)
Recycling Ceramic Weave T.M.C.'s
Kanger and other clearomizers threaded with Nextel XC-132 ceramic wicks will offer an outstanding durability compared to silica and other synthetics. However, like any other permeable thing in the physical universe, the wick will get dirty. Pigments and flavorings clump up in juice and more so with the application of heat.
Originally Posted by lostbnr
I have been having good luck recently with the ikenvape cartos. The flavor is really good in those. I mainly use my kayfun now though. I can't vape on cotton anymore so the kayfun gets silica or ekowool. Still go back to cartos and the wife uses them all the time. Really convenient when you don't want to rebuild or have no time too. Is the pro tank 3 coil any good? It's dual coil isn't it?
Carto's are great. Apart from their reliability and sheer no-fuss (relatively) practicality there's
Updated 10-18-2014 at 08:22 PM by MacTechVpr
Originally Posted by Mike Goff
I've been wanting to pick one of these up
A pin vise is about the most perfect device for winding coils. And it's been used by line engineers in the telecom industries for decades. Some inexpensive examples if you want to try one (available also on eBay and elsewhere)…
Professional Swivel Head Pin Vise 2 Reversible Chucks
Professional Quality Brass Pin Vise - 4 Collets Chucks 0.0mm to 3.0mm
Tamiya Craft Tool Series No.112 Precision Pin Vise
Updated 10-19-2014 at 11:57 AM by MacTechVpr
Originally Posted by TafkanX
Purchased the Kanger Aero and it has silicon grommets and has the airflow moved from the 510 connection to a dedicated airflow control in the base. No more burned grommets, no more choked off airflow due to grommet flaring. #winning!
Well I appreciate that observation on the flaring because it's been a seriously annoying problem with both the original and aftermarket replacements I've found. But since I realized the significant likelihood of 510 shorts with incidental ground and moisture
Updated 10-18-2014 at 08:41 PM by MacTechVpr
Originally Posted by timshead
Okay, so I tried that method. I used 32ga Kanthal. Taking it directly off the spool like that meant that I couldn't anneal it first, so when I cut the wire after getting approximately the number of wraps I wanted, the tension in the wire caused it to partially unwind from the screwdriver. Not much, maybe one wrap's worth, but it also decreased the overall tightness of my coil. I think I honestly get tighter coils from cutting the wire, annealing it, and hand-wrapping it. My coils touch all
Updated 10-18-2014 at 08:24 PM by MacTechVpr