Bonjour my vaping friends!
So. just a quick sharing on something I've been building and using on all my attys. I have absolutely no clue if it's smth original or it's been done by other folks, but ah, it's pretty irrelevant mm? Vapes really really well for me.
So. background to the build.
The truth is, I've never understood why everyone squish their microcoils (aka contact microcoils because the wraps are all in contact with each other). It seemed like something
For once in my life, I was one of the "cool kids" who managed to discover something new and awesome before it hits the reviewers and becomes popular/mainstream! HEHEHEHE
but that aside,
the good ole Koh Gen Do organic cotton! Organic, completely chemical free, dye-free, unbleached.
Updated Yesterday at 09:01 AM by TheKiwi
Another build on the kayfun.
Got bored as usual, and i was thinking,
of ALL the fancy hyped up builds, the one build that actually worked bloody well for me was the diamond coil on my drippers.
No clue why (not a build pro), but I would imagine it has something to do with the way the airflow flows right through the wires (again, puuuuure speculation).
SO. seemed perfect for a kayfun.
here goes. 2 strands of wires,
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:05 AM by TheKiwi
Ello! This should be quick!
I have an earlier post on the double barrel coils build on a KFL.
Here's another one!
30ga, 5/64 drill bits, 14 wraps. 1.4 ohms
The main difference is that this time, both coils are mounted in-line with the 2 post screws, as opposed to perpendicular to them.
Wrapping 2x identical coils on 2 different drill bits, mount them babies IN LINE with the positive and negative posts. I wrap
Well! Ello! Kinda got lazy but. here I am!
So today's build is gonna be a dual chimney build for the Fogger v4 (which btw is a ridiculously good RTA for a solid price).
I love chimney builds, but wicking a dual chimney in a Aqua/Fogger v4 type atty always stumped me.
ANYWAYS. I haz it figured out finally and I love it. So here goes. 10 wraps of 28 gauge, around 5/64. Net resistance = 0.9 ohms. (using 11 wraps = 1.2 ohms. works every single time)
Updated 07-08-2014 at 08:06 AM by TheKiwi