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How to make your own atty stand - DIY time!

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by mcmike77cz, Jan 24, 2017.

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  1. mcmike77cz

    mcmike77cz Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 1, 2011
    Czech Republic
    Well I have more and more vape staff and I started to think how to keep my atomizers save on one place. Small stand (holder) for a single atty costs about 2 usd. So I made little video with HOW TO make really nice stand your self. You will need some plank, saw, drill tool, sand paper, some paint or stain. And remeber always think of safetiness - wear protective goggles, gloves etc... If you are not sure you can do it do no try it. Safety 1st!!!

     
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  2. OlderNDirt

    OlderNDirt Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 8, 2014
    Nebraska
    Shortly after starting vaping, I bought a vape stand for my stuff. I quickly found some of my stuff would not fit in the stand and a lot of the "slots" went unused. I needed to come up with something specifically for my needs.

    I wanted a place for my tanks and storage for my juice used in each tank. And if I could do that with someplace for mods, all the better. I ran across these cheap spice racks and the lightbulb went off. I started with the one on the left, but shinyitis soon dictated a second one. But that is an older pic and now need to figure out a space for a couple more mods and tanks.

    Vape Stand.jpg
     
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  3. WillyZee

    WillyZee Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 23, 2013
    Toronto
    I don't have a video ... doubt you need one for my vape stand :blink:

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  4. dumindu89

    dumindu89 Full Member

    Feb 16, 2017
    What material you used to make the stand? Is it Bamboo?
     
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  5. WillyZee

    WillyZee Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 23, 2013
    Toronto
    Lol ... UPS shipping label tubes.


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  6. dumindu89

    dumindu89 Full Member

    Feb 16, 2017
    Wow.. Looks. So nice and creative. ;)
     
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  7. MikeADore

    MikeADore Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 26, 2016
    Tennessee
    Nice job. I'm neither creative nor handy, but I enjoy watching folks do projects like this.
     
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  8. mongo74

    mongo74 I'm your huckleberry. ECF Veteran

    Nov 15, 2016
    Ωhmsville
    Heyyyy! @mcmike77cz I didn't know you were a member here!

    Keep on making great reviews on youtube!

    <----Hot Dogs lol
     
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  9. Frenchfry1942

    Frenchfry1942 Chillin' Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 12, 2014
    Rivanna
    20170218 Vape Stand jpg.jpg

    This is my current. It is a 2x4 on top of a 2x8 (screwed down). I got the wood in the cheap pile at Lowe's. Sanded, stained, and spray lacquer (bunch'o times). The 2x4 has holes in the front for atties and 10ml bottle holes. The lower level has holes for atties and 30ml bottles. I had smaller stands before. I really just store my unused atties in storage these days and keep 6-7 in the stand. If I had to do it again, I would make the juice bottle holes larger to fit up to 50ml. I DIY so 10ml bottles are not really used anymore. I think the 30ml holes are 1.25".

    For tube mods I use a tall coffee mug with a kuzee in it.
     
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  10. mcmike77cz

    mcmike77cz Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 1, 2011
    Czech Republic
    Hey mate :) How are u? And thanks dude
     
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  11. mcmike77cz

    mcmike77cz Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 1, 2011
    Czech Republic
    thank you sir :)
     
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  12. Volition

    Volition Full Member

    Feb 20, 2017
    For drilling holes with flat bottom that are cleaner then the spade type drill bits. Do a search for forstner bits.
     
  13. SteveS45

    SteveS45 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2016
    Long Island, New York
    I went a little more fancy with the last one and took out the router.

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  14. Darth Omerta

    Darth Omerta Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 22, 2015
    @SteveS45

    That looks similar to what Im trying to do. Are those slots to fit only the 510? If so what size drill bit did you use? 7mm?
     
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  15. SteveS45

    SteveS45 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2016
    Long Island, New York
    I used a 1/4 inch for the holes because I wanted a looser fit as previous stands the e-Liquid swelled the wood and they got tighter and I was allowing for the Polyurethane.
     
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  16. Darth Omerta

    Darth Omerta Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 22, 2015
    Awesome thanks! :thumbs:
     
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  17. SteveS45

    SteveS45 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2016
    Long Island, New York
    The hard part was routing the wood as it is only just over 2 1/8 inches wide. Was a left over piece of Afromosia which is a very hard wood.
     
  18. SteveS45

    SteveS45 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2016
    Long Island, New York
    This is giving me some ideas on creating something out of large wooden dowels but would probably be hard to drill unless I used the drill press.
     
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  19. Darth Omerta

    Darth Omerta Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 22, 2015
    Looks pretty sweet though! I picked up a couple of toppers for deck posts at the hardware store. Cost $2 each and should fit about 9 attys on each one.
     
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  20. SteveS45

    SteveS45 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2016
    Long Island, New York
    I like the trim you installed on the sides and nice finish~!
     
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