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    Quote Originally Posted by mrengles View Post
    I found some specs and drawings on the ULRA 18650 also, I'm going to try and work something up this weekend...

    I plan on using a little bit from each design, the ScubaGEN, WillPro13, and ULRA. Wish me luck.

    Hopefully I'll be able to come up with a 6-8 ML Genisis Atomizer Tank. (That works, if not I'll have some fun working on it...)

    Thanks again Dan!
    The ULRA is one I would have liked to purchase, but it never went into production...
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    I'm only looking to use some design aspects of the ULRA tank/atty not the circuitry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrengles View Post
    I'm only looking to use some design aspects of the ULRA tank/atty not the circuitry.
    Yeah, that's actually what I meant... the circuitry wasn't something I was interested in. I just liked the tank/battery tube combo. Some Genisis attys are just too ridiculously big.
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    Here are some photo's of what I worked on over the weekend. This unit is about 10MM shorter in the tank area then the ScubaGENv3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrengles View Post
    Here are some photo's of what I worked on over the weekend. This unit is about 10MM shorter in the tank area then the ScubaGENv3.
    Just a suggestion, Since you are going with a single wick, I would make the electrical connectors as close to the wick as possible. Cuts down on glowing kanthal
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    Thanks Dan.

    Another forum member is selling me one of your ScubaGENv3's for cost. Look forward to trying it out.

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    Dan,

    Have you ever made one of these from AC aluminum? How did it hold up? Turning stainless might be a little problem for me. I don't have access to the right tools for a prototype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrengles View Post
    Dan,

    Have you ever made one of these from AC aluminum? How did it hold up? Turning stainless might be a little problem for me. I don't have access to the right tools for a prototype.
    Still using the one I turned from aluminum, holds up great.
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    Here are some new drawings, I've threaded the fill hole, so it can be closed with a M3 screw. The POS/NEG taps are also M3 threaded. I'm still deciding on how to wire, I might come straight up from the atty POS, and use a filler plug on one of the taps, otherwise I have some high temp nylon standoffs at my office. (My family has small military/aircraft electronics biz)

    Let me know what you think.

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    I still haven't done anything with my scubagen3 that Dan sent. I'm too lazy but I will try to build it soon. I wish I could have someone build it for me lol

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