All my mods part1

Discussion in 'Modding Forum' started by raidy, Oct 26, 2010.

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  1. raidy

    raidy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Hih, i'm raidy from germany. I like to make my own e-cigars, e-pipes and e-cigarettes. All them are handmade not using any commercial atomizer. The new one have a completely new created atomizer with NO fiber, no Depot.
    This pictures show only some of my mods.
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    if you are interested on some, let me know and i can show you some details.
    my fafourites are:
    the dream pipe, controlled with micro prosessor, continuos steam regulation and 2ml liquid tank
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    and my BigWood cigar with 8ml tank!:laugh:
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    but i have made also a lot of design steamers like my Cruiser-pipe
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    But i have a real disadvantage: my english isr bad, sorry for that.

    Hope you like my mods.




    Importend notice: I am not sell any of my pipes and cigars, sorry!
     
  2. raidy

    raidy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dear Admin. if i'm in a wrong category, please move this post. First have to learn this new forum.
     
  3. johnny bobcat

    johnny bobcat Senior Member ECF Veteran

    cool stuff, looks really good. How have you been making your own atomizers? if you don't mind me asking
     
  4. Mr.Self_Destruct

    Mr.Self_Destruct Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I would love to get a more in depth look at your mods.

    Really nice work!
     
  5. Ragman

    Ragman Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Those are some absolutely stunning mods Bert. I would love to see a video of some of them in use. Looking forward to some followup on these with a lil more detail.
     
  6. ChrisToff

    ChrisToff Senior Member ECF Veteran

    That cigar looks absolutely amazing.
     
  7. Willriker

    Willriker Super Member ECF Veteran

    Can you post some bigger pictures? I am interested in how these work.
     
  8. Steve414

    Steve414 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Cruiser-pipe--------- That thing is insane nice build.
     
  9. Willriker

    Willriker Super Member ECF Veteran

    To make steam, with these mods, do you heat everything in the tank? kind of like a pot of boiling water?
     
  10. DivaB

    DivaB Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Beautiful pieces! It would be great for you to share how you make your own atomizer and/or cartomizers. You could make some extra cash if you ever fancied selling any of your MODs. Good work and keep at it.
     
  11. illuxion

    illuxion Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    wow, those are great. Any info on home made attys??? :D
     
  12. newplague

    newplague Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Hello and welcome to ECF. Where are you located in Germany? I'd like to see these in person.
     
  13. theECB

    theECB Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Love to see some bigger pics, details on the atty's, and a vid or two if possible! Awesome work!
     
  14. raidy

    raidy Super Member ECF Veteran

    o.k. , next days i make some detailed descriptions and pcitures of the Dreampipe and then Big-Cigar.
    First i have to look for an good picture hoster. The minimal pictures in this forum make no sense.

    The atty has two versions. My first version is free and i described in in the german forum. Everybody can build ist, if it is for non commercial use!
    The second version (WOW, forgett all atty's you ever have seen) is under patent. It needs about 3 month, before i can public details, sorry.

    The microprosessor solution is for free but "no commercial use". Its a attiny25 which controls:
    accus voltage, steam, fingersensors, max. steam time, and temperature.

    You will see details here in the next days.

    I hope, my english is good enough, so that you can understand the most :)
     
  15. asdaq

    asdaq Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Raidy, those are exactly the details I'd love to see. Maybe flickr for hosting? Great mods too, BTW. That Bigwood is simply gorgeous.
     
  16. raidy

    raidy Super Member ECF Veteran

    thanks for compliment asdaq

    O.k. this is my "Big Brown"
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    Its a big cigar with 18650 and 8ml liquid-tank
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    Inside is a completely new atty
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    Here everythings is opened.

    This is my DreamPipe
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    The DreamPipe Processor circuit
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    A view to my own designed atty
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    and not least some of my own made pieces
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    Sorry for my bad english.
     
  17. erik

    erik Full Member

    I am dutch, but i have followed your amazing work (blue-line box, genesis atomizer, big cigar) on the german forum. Absolutely excellent engineering and beautiful craftsmanship. It makes my mods look like the work of a 3-year old.

    What I am missing on the german forum are some tutorials on how to make this cool stuff... Could your perhaps post some here?
     
  18. raidy

    raidy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Hi Erik,
    There are a lot of "how to make" in then german forum. You need to be registered, to get access.
    But i will show some details here within the next weeks. In November i'm on a trip for the hole month. In december i show more infromations abot my other 70 mods.
    I'm wondered about the low responce here?

    This is my biggest cigar called "Angeber" = "bragger" round about 10ml Liquid tank an a super high power atimzer.
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  19. raidy

    raidy Super Member ECF Veteran

    Talk an smoke at the same moment!
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    With a normal PEN.
    How it works? Move your head upwards and the atty starts.:)

    edit: i've forgotten: there are also 2 ultralight leds on then top.
     
  20. nubee

    nubee Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Please, please, please....don't get discouraged on not getting many responses. We're all just sitting here patiently waiting for the full designs on that wonderful "Big Brown"

    I'm really curious on the setup for the juice tank/feed as well as the atty.

    Enjoy your trip and thanks for the sneak peeks!
     
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