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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronze View Post
    Seems the less words and the more pictures the better, huh?
    You'd think.

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    Thanks, Bronze! Concise with great photo's. Exactly what a noob like me needs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Bruce View Post
    Thanks, Bronze! Concise with great photo's. Exactly what a noob like me needs.
    Look up some microcoil builds on You Tube too. Multi-sourcing is a good idea. Take the best aspects of each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronze View Post
    Seems the less words and the more pictures the better, huh?
    Every think about/done any technical writing Bronze? Just the right amount of clear pictures, short, concise sentences in a logical order. You have what it takes. Lesson plans I used to make for school had to be that way.

    With Papaw's collaboration about an ohm check, I'd give you guys an A. Job well done!

    I'd add a firing check after putting juice on to see if it is producing vapor. This could also be part of the ohm check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronze View Post
    Look up some microcoil builds on You Tube too. Multi-sourcing is a good idea. Take the best aspects of each.
    That might be another editorial addition you could put on after the silica pic - links to other videos and examples of other styles. Multiple examples is another good practice in instructional design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chakris View Post
    Every think about/done any technical writing Bronze? Just the right amount of clear pictures, short, concise sentences in a logical order. You have what it takes. Lesson plans I used to make for school had to be that way.

    With Papaw's collaboration about an ohm check, I'd give you guys an A. Job well done!

    I'd add a firing check after putting juice on to see if it is producing vapor. This could also be part of the ohm check.
    I wrote lots of manufacturing routings back in the day.
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    I'm not into rebuilding yet but I'm gonna subscribe to this thread so I can come back to it at a later date. I find most YouTube videos very long drawn out and just downright boring. This is really good stuff here. Thanks Bronze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stallard View Post
    I'm not into rebuilding yet but I'm gonna subscribe to this thread so I can come back to it at a later date. I find most YouTube videos very long drawn out and just downright boring. This is really good stuff here. Thanks Bronze.

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    Great Job Bronze, I think your tutorial will help alot of people looking to rebuild... videos are fine but sometimes pictures are just better along with clear directions.. again Great Job!!!
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    I'm using Vision Spinners and mini pro tanks and T3's. I'm not into mods and RBAs yet.I really want to stick with what I'm using but rebuilding these things looks like it could be a royal PITA. The replacement coils are so hit and miss. They have about a 50/50 DOA ratio and it's really frustrating.

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