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DIY, The next generation
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DIY, The next generation
I was looking on Youtube the other day, and saw this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYDzxktH...freload=10
I just bought a Plume Veil, so this was of particular interest to me. I did exactly as perscribed in the video, and voila! The most amazing atty ever. It took me less them 10 minutes, and it cost less then $3. I know, in the past, I've called things a beast, was I ever WRONG!! THIS is the beast.

The next one goes on my 454 base.

Spoken in the words of Edward G. Robbins.. "You're gonna do it my way see? You'll like it."

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what a great idea Good

if at first you don't succeed ,call it version 1.0
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(05-11-2014 05:07 PM)BOB Wrote:  what a great idea Good
I used my Plume Veil build deck, this is amazing, I cant put it down. Im going to get another for my 454, its a different size. Next order WILL be a copper Mech Mod.

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I'd be tempted to use very high temp clear coat on the inside of it, just to prevent leaching.

There's quite a few over here been doing this for a whilw though. Smile
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Beat me to it Gords! 

Not all that keen on big bore caps like this but then i don't do lung hits. If you don't - don't bother with this, you won't like it.

Especially as copper is an exceptionally good conductor of heat.

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GR buy my copper Vanilla mod and TOBH! lol I'm trying to sell them, you can make me an offer. 
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(05-11-2014 06:41 PM)gords1001 Wrote:  I'd be tempted to use very high temp clear coat on the inside of it, just to prevent leaching.

There's quite a few over here been doing this for a whilw though.  Smile
I don't vape under .3 ohms, or over 30 watts, with the air flow that it has.. it doesnt get near hot enough to have to worry about leaching... but, GOOD safety call!Coffee2

(05-11-2014 10:45 PM)Don Wrote:  Beat me to it Gords! 

Not all that keen on big bore caps like this but then i don't do lung hits. If you don't - don't bother with this, you won't like it.

Especially as copper is an exceptionally good conductor of heat.
In regards to the heat.. Gords made mention of possibly using a high temp clear coat..  but, I never vapre under .3 Ohms, or ove 30 watts, I thought about the heat thing at first, but it has never gotten the least bit warm. HUGE air flow holes, HUGE clouds, but.. HUGE juice usage too, lol. I respect you not being into that, but.. it sure works for me.

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A standard (and therefore cheap) plumbing fitting here is a 22 to 15mm reducer. You'll find them where plumbing supplies are sold. You can bung one of these on most 22mm atomisers. Just drill to suit.

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I got a fitting that fits my 30mm atty
excuse my ignorance but could I ask what leaching is
also I have a mate who works at Rolls Royce doing the jet engines I am sure he will be able to get it coated with some sort of heat resistant coating
do you coat inside and outside and will any high temp coating do

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Basically getting copper into solution in the juice. You don't want to inhale that. Any exhaust paint will do the trick. The stuff they use on turbine engines will be massive overkill but will work just fine.

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