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I want to talk to other tinkerers and if it’s possible to share with each other our failures and successes upon this. Well, I have started vaping in order to stop smoking (I have tried other methods without success) and it worked out just fine. Now I’m tinkering with my vaping equipment. I want to know more about others experiences if it’s possible. Please let me know everything you’ve got, it’s going to be a great help for me.

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Hey again, I want to put a

Hey again, I want to put a finger on bamboo wick because it seems that it doesn't burn as easily as cotton, it wicks very quickly. I also need to tell you that I was helped by a lot of people discovering all I know so I would like to thank them and to warn you that if you're newbi here you might need some help too. So, here is the list of materials I used: Sterling Wire, Sterling Crimps 2mm, Kanthal 30 AWG, eVic, Helping hands with magnifier and of course Aunt Lydias 100% Bamboo Crochet Yarn. Greetings everyone and have a great vaping night!

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Hey there, thank you for a

Hey there, thank you for a great thread there! After I've done some long researches I finally picked up some kanthal and decided to try to rebuild a busted T2 I have.Took a couple tries and my fingers get slippery from residual juice. But I got it and now running 1.7 ohm according to my evic and multi meter. I feel a little more confident about picking up a rebuild able atty now, a pretty good feeling. I decided to run a 70% bamboo, 30% silk wick, do you think it's a good idea? I read that silk has a higher ignition point than cotton, which has been used. I just grabbed it to see how it worked and its super cheap. Seems to work fine. Any opinion on this?

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Hello!!! I really want to say

Hello!!! I really want to say thank you for the feedback! I appreciate it very much and I am sincerely glad that my post has turned out to be of some help. In my opinion, it's awesome that you are using bamboo 70%. Now I am wondering about silk wick but I'm not really sure, I guess I have to inform myself a little bit better. Maybe you are right and it works wonders. As I can understand you like it? I'm going to search a little bit and then I'm going to try it out. Later, I guess. I used google to do all my research. I'm very glad that you are here! Cheers and many, many high fives.

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Hi Frazier and More Fun !

Hi Frazier and More Fun !

I'm a tinkerer too and I'm glad to see that here are more of us! So, lately I had a project too. It was recoiling and rewicking some eGo-c type B atomizers and I was struggling with them for a reaaaaally long time. Those suckers are mighty small and only the first one took me 45 minutes.

Well, later I understood how it is done and by the sixth one, I had it down to 10 minutes (thanks to God). That saves 30 bucks an hour! I'm also having other projects. Two of them are: Rebuilding a Vapage Atomizer and making a mini 510 atomizer for my vMod from scratch and I'm still in process. Besides that I've got a few more ideas perkalating around - such as working on some conception drawings about new types of Vaping gear. I will share my results if something comes out of that. Glad to meet you guys!

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