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  1. 'Twas the night I would attempt my first RBA...

    by , 02-16-2013 at 04:07 PM
    (OR, "Why I almost decided to just burn down the house")

    After reading the "Rebuildable Atomizer Systems" forum area for a week and a half (including a very detailed "step-by-step" post by eHuman), and logging more hours on YouTube than some people work, I settled in at 10 p.m. to leisurely dive into my first RBA.

    With steel mesh between my fingers offering delightfully wispy crunches, I imagined the best vape of my life might be had before

    Updated 02-16-2013 at 04:12 PM by DuaneNeveu

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  2. The "dangers" of silica wicks

    by , 02-16-2013 at 03:17 PM (Tenshi's Notes)
    Quote Originally Posted by tenshi View Post
    The wicks are not crystalline silica dust. They are definitely amorphous silica. Amorphous silica

    Do they break down to crystalline silica dust in our tanks? No, extremely unlikely...

    To all those who are worried that the particles they see in their e-juice is crystalline silica dust (e.g. the disappearing wick act)... In order to transform amorphous silica to crystalline silica, it requires hydrothermal conditions 300 to 500 C and incredibly high pressures of 197.38
  3. There are no problems with the AGA-T, only opportunities to hone your skills. Part 2

    by , 02-15-2013 at 07:22 PM
    Part 2
    Note: If at any point your resistance drops and does not allow your APV to fire due to low Ωs, move the coils up or down a little, concentrating on what looks like the tightest ones first and test fire to see if you have solved the problem. Sometimes merely spinning the wick a little in place takes care of it. Make sure you allow the wick to cool before grabbing it!

    Note: (This can be performed earlier also )You may slide your wick out to test what your true coil Ω ...
  4. There are no problems with the AGA-T, only opportunities to hone your skills. Part 1

    by , 02-15-2013 at 07:18 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by eHuman View Post
    Because this information may not necessarily be found in one post, I took the time to do so in hopes that it will demystify the AGA-T and other RBAs. I will make this into a Blog also so you won't need to remember what thread you saw it, just remember who wrote it and check my blog. Happy Vaping.
    Rolling a wick, wrapping a coil, and eliminating hot spots with extreme prejudice:

    At first many people have understandable issues and varying levels of success or failure/frustration ...
    Tags: aga-t, coil, hot spot, how, wick
  5. Janty MiD Series Production Unit

    by , 02-15-2013 at 05:47 PM

    Here's a Janty MiD Series production unit. This unit has all the MiD modules unlocked from the start. I was told that the final model will have a nicer cosmetic appearance. After I charge the batteries, I'll play around with the mod and follow up with some impressions.