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Discussion in 'E-cig Based Portables' started by divinetribe, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead trance-form

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    FYI if your Primo Mini's has a "weak battery" message, you might need to tighten down the screw under the USB micro port with a Torx T6.
     
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  2. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like the voice of experience to me.......

    Good tip, I'm thinking. Thanks.

    OF
     
  3. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    Hi, new DTv3 user. Love this thing, except I'm trying to work out how to get more than one good hit off of it at a time, or is this more of a hit, refill, hit, refill kind of situation? I'm using the "pulse the doughnut, brush on some melted material, take a hit" method, but I'm getting really one really good turn and then I'll need to refill. Is there a way to put more on so I can get a little session going?
     
  4. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead trance-form

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    It works the best with this usage style.
     
  5. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    Is there another 510 atomizer that the experts recommend that I can use for multiple hits?
     
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  6. Danksta

    Danksta Well-Known Member

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    Any updates on the crucible cups?

    New gear from Source looks pretty good, but I'd rather hold out and keep supporting DT. I really like my V3 but I feel it could be so much better with a crucible cup. I don't use the V3 much anymore.
     
  7. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    @Danksta what are you using now?
     
  8. karmakid64

    karmakid64 Member

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    im a new DT user also experiencing the same thing. I "think" there may be a few temporary factors at play.

    I come from using a yocan donut on a tc mod. new donuts vaporized almost the entire dab on the first hit but after a few uses and the donut is "seasoned" and I got two great hits and two not so bad hits I'm supposing it will be the same here.
    Also the airflow is amazingly open. getting used to this new draw will probably improve the vape experience as well.:nod:
     
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  9. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead trance-form

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    IMO It's not even worth hitting concentrate if you are looking for a design like this. You end up huffing on reclaim hits the whole time, it's counter productive. I understand the allure and have tried many other atomizers looking to do the same thing; I'm back to load as you go.
     
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  10. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    I just ordered these, I'm told they fit perfectly in the DTv3 ceramic cup. Game on! https://www.thefirefly.com/firefly-concentrate-pads.html
     
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  11. Danksta

    Danksta Well-Known Member

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    I'm not really using a portable vape atm. I think the V3 is the best tasting portable but it's not easy to work with when out and about. I've found I have to preload it when I leave the house and then finding a safe spot to reload isn't always easy.

    I've gone back to smoking out of a sherlock and actually enjoy it.

    I think a crucible cup would make the V3 work better. I just want a portable bucket that I can drop dabs in like a banger. Not interested in those portable enails (they all suck). I think the current V3 could work with a plate type atty if they make one. I just hate donuts. They don't cover the whole bottom. They taste great though.

    Those firefly pads might be what I want for now. Thanks for pointing those out. Looks like it would create the plate I want. Shame it's SS though.
     
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  12. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    What's the issue with SS?
     
  13. Danksta

    Danksta Well-Known Member

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    Flavor. A ceramic plate would be better.
     
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  14. karmakid64

    karmakid64 Member

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    like the ones Source uses or puffco
     
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  15. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    I have a Puffco+, it's been great so far. Incredibly sweet for going out at night, no fuss no muss.
     
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  16. nosmoking

    nosmoking Fogmonger

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    If you take a DTV3 atomizer and remove the donut and cup, you can install a Source Terra 2 heater which is a ceramic crucible with Tungsten wires running throughout so the walls and floor heat and it can be run on TC. Basically its a bigger Puffco Plus.

    You can even take a Plus dart and put a layer or two of silicone whip/tube around the black rubber on the dart and push out the splash gaurd on the DTV3 and it will fit in place so you have a dart!
     
  17. karmakid64

    karmakid64 Member

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    :tup:awesome! does the DT housing then fit over the terra 2? is there video out on this?
    I hope DT puts out something similar
     
  18. interruptingpirate

    interruptingpirate New Member

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    Whoa you just blew my mind. Questions if I may?

    1. What's your settings for the Puffco + on TC? I have a Pico 75w.
    2. What's your all around favorite portable (aside from the Puffco+)?
    3. Why did you retire your DTv3? Just curious.

    I got the stainless mesh from the Firefly to try in the DCv3. We'll see how that extends the duration.
     
  19. aka DaBigKahuna

    aka DaBigKahuna Well-Known Member

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    New DTV3 owner here. I have it paired with a Primo Mini. Thank you to invertedisdead for some initial info.

    New to AF and have two questions on settings I was hoping for some help with.

    - Temp = Would I set at 174 since it looks like it's measured in Celsius which would be 345 Fahrenheit, correct?

    - Coil Material = TFR ni or Nickel 200?

    So far I:

    - Renamed profile
    - Set power to 33 watts
    - Set mode to TC / enabled PI regulator / Range = 0 / P Value = 1000 / I Value = 20
    - Set puff cutoff to 15 seconds

    Any other recommendations?

    Can't wait to take this for a whirl and I'll post back impressions. Thank you!
     
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2017
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  20. bizwaxzion

    bizwaxzion Well-Known Member

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    DTv3+Primo mini is a great combo. You should be able to set temp units to F in the profile, but it may have been moved to a regional setting in recent builds. I prefer to use TCR for my donuts - 200-230 for 10mm and 450-500 for recent 13mm donuts. For reference Ni TCR is around 600.
     
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  21. aka DaBigKahuna

    aka DaBigKahuna Well-Known Member

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    Thx biz - is nickel 200 the right coil material drop down?

    For TCR do you just need to check or enable Nickel 200?

    Can anyone help with switching to Fahrenheit for temperature please? I'm using the latest build 170914. Thank you!
     
  22. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead trance-form

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    Hopefully this helps, I'm still on 170819 but saw this on the NFE forum.

    regional settings (Main Menu -> Settings -> Regional): temperature units, time and date format;
     
  23. bizwaxzion

    bizwaxzion Well-Known Member

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    For TCR you choose that option and then supply the number. This number basically represents the delta in resistance per degree (C) - allowing the mod to calculate temperature of the coil from it's actual resistance. I prefer TCR becaue it allows me to change TCR values to get on screen temperature control to show [mostly] acurate values. I do this by measuring actual temperature on the donut with either IR or a thermocouple.
     
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  24. aka DaBigKahuna

    aka DaBigKahuna Well-Known Member

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    Thank you biz. Do you mind sharing the number you are using now?

    What coil material selection is recommended? Thanks all for your patience...

     
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2017
  25. aka DaBigKahuna

    aka DaBigKahuna Well-Known Member

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    Thx biz, what value do you have yours set at? I clicked the lock and set it at 0.750
     

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