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Rebuildable but not replacing coil pack
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Made a stand for my vaporizer

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Worried about knocking it over so much, so used some scraps from work to throw it together. It may not be pretty but it has not been knocked over since I made it.

The holes on the sides fit into some metal pegs I inserted into my desk so it would not slide and the notch in the base is for the usb cable for charging (I may make a nicer version but use some "hook and loop" to put it in place with)... It is not screwed/nailed down so when I do a build I can pick up the base and set it to the side of my desk where I have room to work with it Big Grin
30-01-2016 12:26 AM
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RE: Rebuildable but not replacing coil pack
Can't see the pics bud.. but it sounds worthy Biggrin

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30-01-2016 12:46 AM
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RE: Rebuildable but not replacing coil pack
(30-01-2016 12:46 AM)gentlydoingit* Wrote:  Can't see the pics bud.. but it sounds worthy¬†Biggrin
Oops forgot to share it... If I just sand it down and paint it, would look much better.

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Also it is slightly angled (accidentally) and if I push it into the smaller section it locks the mod in place, which works great to keep it stable during builds
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30-01-2016 03:59 PM
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