Easier way to microcoil 32 GA Kanthal?
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    Default Easier way to microcoil 32 GA Kanthal?

    Went through quite a bit of wire trying this microcoiling method. Is there an easier way to do it? I'm trying to run a dual coil on my chimbus and aga t2 with hopefully a resistance of under 1.

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    What is the specific problem you are having?


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    The point of the microcoil is to have the feeling of a sub ohm coil that runs on a regulated device i.e. above 1.2. I use 30g kanthal with 10 wraps and end up between 1.8-2.1
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    Dual 30 gauge, with 8-10 wraps will net you 1 ohm setup, make sure you are using a drill bit or something similiar to make your coils. 32 is going to be hard to get a lot of wraps in there without being higher resistance. Good luck
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