Printed DNA 40 Bottom Feeder Mod

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    Four coats of clear (matte) and should be ready to assemble soon. In all the excitement of getting all the stuff I totally forgot to get 18ga and 22ga wire.

    Before I go too far which button do you guys recommend? Guessing one is more clicky than the other but if there is something else like height and such now would be the time to decide. I ultimately will want a metal one like shown on a GDNA.


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      Four coats of clear (matte) and should be ready to assemble soon. In all the excitement of getting all the stuff I totally forgot to get 18ga and 22ga wire.

      Before I go too far which button do you guys recommend? Guessing one is more clicky than the other but if there is something else like height and such now would be the time to decide. I ultimately will want a metal one like shown on a GDNA.


      Shown with my first DIY mod :)

      f9873c8d2b579b8a59d5260c4dbc2132.jpg



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      The Alp is quiet, but smaller and more challenging to solder, the larger button you should be familiar with.
       

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        Got my dna25d today. Anyone know if these fit the large or small screen? Waited to order prints

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        I am pretty sure these are small screens. They only have two lines of text next to the battery icon, right? Resistance and voltage/temperature? That is the small screen. The large screen shows three lines with all values shown at all times.
        Actually, I'll go measure... The big screen is 12mm wide. I think the small one is 9mm, 0.315" according to evolv's pdf. , I don't have an unmounted one to measure.
         

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          I would like to introduce to everybody the new addition to my family :)

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          Went with Mag Silver and Armor black on the Cerakote. Was looking for something practical, efficient, something to give me a satisfying vape and aesthetically pleasing. It definitely met and exceeded my expectations :cool:

          Even with the mistakes and frustrations I thoroughly enjoyed building this. First time building and soldering something like this, I just got done putting away the soldering station and cleaned up the work area and have to admit feel a little empty.....lol.... It was a great project! Thank you everybody for the assistance!
           

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            I would like to introduce to everybody the new addition to my family :)

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            Went with Mag Silver and Armor black on the Cerakote. Was looking for something practical, efficient, something to give me a satisfying vape and aesthetically pleasing. It definitely met and exceeded my expectations :cool:

            Even with the mistakes and frustrations I thoroughly enjoyed building this. First time building and soldering something like this, I just got done putting away the soldering station and cleaned up the work area and have to admit feel a little empty.....lol.... It was a great project! Thank you everybody for the assistance!

            Looks Great!
             
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