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Dynavap VapCap

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Fenton Mewley, Jul 21, 2015.

  1. Ricardo

    Ricardo Well-Known Member

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    All good now :tup:

    Pretty much, for now.... although I've experimented with the others + fat mouthpiece = perfect vapor from all sources :D. I can't leave my rig in place permanently but it's still less than 5 minutes to set up, load, vape and stash the lot! I'll still be hittin' the others native, especially when I get the Ti body for the Omni ... but for now I'm loving my mini-bong experience :cool:
    EDIT: Sorry for double post :\
     
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  2. Boden

    Boden Aspie polymath

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    I agree that the DinaVap makes a great vapor source for a rig. Seems much easier to draw through with a body of air between me and the Tip/cap. The air spring effect is cool to watch.
     
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  3. stark1

    stark1 Keep on smilin

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    Sure you do, @Boden. “Form v Function”. :science: (Ricardo called it :tup:)


    PS you have constructed some purty pragmatic pieces, bet you have an eye for integrating
    your artistic eye into your creations, beauty <=> eye candy.
     
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  4. Mr.Sifter

    Mr.Sifter Well-Known Member

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    what is this dynastash wood ?
    looks really nice
     
  5. beyond6strings

    beyond6strings Just another traveller in the Dynaverse

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    This week has shown me the wonders of my vapcaps through my WP both Anhydrous & with water/ice. I've got an Omni Cocobolo, and the M. I love the Omni for the Ti-tip's moveable screen. But I've found that for all my uses keeping the carb wide open on the Omni, as it is on the M, and working the carb gives me the results I'm looking for whether I'm using it direct or through WP.

    I'm a musician, I guess I like the flute-like aspect of working the carb.

    It's not a video, but here's a little musical something for your Sunday pleasure performed on baritone guitar.

    https://soundcloud.com/bonfieldk-1/another-morning
     
  6. Boden

    Boden Aspie polymath

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    That’s what my company does. Custom creations for the silly rich.

    I’ll pull the stops for the stash box I’m currently making. ;)
     
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  7. Ricardo

    Ricardo Well-Known Member

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    I don't remember for sure.... I think it is Cocobolo....
     
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  8. IntoTheVoid

    IntoTheVoid Pride Goeth Before A Fall

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    I put my Ti Omni body next to my M body yesterday. I noticed something. The carb hole on the M is about half the size of the Ti Omni body. And since I generally have the air adjustment on my Omni set about 1/3rd closed, it should be pretty equal to the M wide open.

    So without being scientific, I just did a draw test a few times and I find the resistance to be about equal between the two, with the Omni set 1/3 closed and the M wideo open. Of course the tip resistance helps with this too. Also being that SS holds heat longer, I think this kinda affirmed my use of the M without touching the carb. Stoner science!

    Since we are posting music, here is one of mine. I wrote and play guitar.
    https://www.reverbnation.com/wolfborne/song/23934068-let-it-rain
     
  9. phattpiggie

    phattpiggie Well-Known Member Accessory Maker

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    All the info to get on my next round of orders is in my last few posts
    Phattpiggies Wood Shed

    @stardustsailor and @Winegums did you hear George on his live Q&A, we nearly got a mention:)

    I gummed up my cap with some concentrate today and whilst the cool down clicks were very audible the hot clicks we very faint.

    To clean it I put a few drops of Iso in the cap and shook it a few times to dissolve the goop.

    Did this a couple of times then dried it out with a Q tip and held it in a pair of pliers and torched it to check for clicks.

    Normal service was resumed.

    I would only recommend this method to those who feel confident and competent about it, Iso burns with a barely visible very hot flame.
    The last thing anyone wants is for someone to get hurt or worse, please be very careful
     
  10. IntoTheVoid

    IntoTheVoid Pride Goeth Before A Fall

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    I agree, I too used iso to clean my tip after traveling with my Vap and only having a Bic lighter to use for 2 weeks. Had to get all the soot and nastiness off of and out of it.

    I filled the tip with ISO. Let it sit for half an hour. Then scrubbed the outside with a toothbrush and the inside with a Q-Tip. Ran it under hot water for a minute and then shook it out. I dried the inside best I could with a dry q-tip, then put it on my Vap tip and did 3 heat up/cool down cycles. No issues.
     
  11. Tstat

    Tstat Dead Foot Designs Accessory Maker

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    I just want to publicly thank @mephisto for the Vapcap M! I can't believe how well it works. If I go down to "the room" and my EVO has gone cold, I fire up the Vapcap and get WRECKED, lol. What's a a good glass piece to pair it with? 10mm I guess... I just ordered a torch lighter, too.
    So, yea, I'm impressed!
     
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  12. Winegums

    Winegums I make things from wood Accessory Maker

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    I'm so glad that we aren't considered counterfeiters! Seriously though, that was really cool of George to give us FC'rs a shout out.
     
  13. Mr.Sifter

    Mr.Sifter Well-Known Member

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    second this

    you could get a 14mm to 10mm female glass joint adapter from dhgate.
    the mouthpieces, and the stems, and the M will fit a 10mm glass jpint with a nice fit.
    some say its better than the nonavong.

    But i am too looking for a nice little bubbler with 10mm native.
     
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  14. antispleen

    antispleen Hyperborean Wanderer

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    Heads up dynafam.. Dhgate coupon code DHGATE18CES will get you 20 dollars off a 21 dollar purchase.

    *Edit- starting to see reports it's no longer working.. hopefully some of you got in on it
     
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  15. Boden

    Boden Aspie polymath

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    Here’s my stashbox design, I consider it open source for non-commercial use.

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  16. Mr.Sifter

    Mr.Sifter Well-Known Member

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    @antispleen
    thank you for the coupon, man.
    ordered a backup d020 for 9EUR shipped.
     
  17. needalift

    needalift Well-Known Member

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    A very creative take on this one . Nice work:tup:
     
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  18. stark1

    stark1 Keep on smilin

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    Very nice, Bud! :clap:

    Bet you will consider rounding the edges, for ergonomics....

    Burn in your maker’s mark/logo, and you should have some eager clients. :tup:
     
  19. Hogni

    Hogni Honi soit qui mal y pense

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    Better not I HATE visible logos. They nearly always damage a nice appearance of a piece. But whyever a lot of people seem to need right that.
     
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  20. Mr.Sifter

    Mr.Sifter Well-Known Member

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    so true @Hogni

    I wish the "M" did not have the dynavap logo on its body.
    would look so much sleeker.

    I do not like logo brandings.
    I think its more for people to show what they ot or bought.
    An item of quality does not need a branding.
    it speaks for itself.
     
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  21. Boden

    Boden Aspie polymath

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    I agree it’s not bad for a prototype. I have two small changes in mind for this one.

    Next one will be a variation on the same theme. Slim line version, if you will.

    Agreed, no logos.
     
  22. stark1

    stark1 Keep on smilin

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    Whatever floats your admirers, a maker’s mark gives class, and personality to a crafted
    Design. Just a suggestion.

    You are the craftsman. :tup:
     
  23. IntoTheVoid

    IntoTheVoid Pride Goeth Before A Fall

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    I like logos that are subdued. Either the same colour as the device if they are embossed or pressed in. If they are screen printed I like when it’s a shade of a similar colour. Like gloss grey over matte grey.
     
  24. stark1

    stark1 Keep on smilin

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    You mean “integrated into the design”? Adding, rather than uglyfying....:freak:

    That to me is artistic, but then I am no Warhol. :mmmm:

    Plain. Or fancy. Whatever pleases the artist. :spliff: & his clientele.

    An example of a simple and elegant design

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  25. WarpaintFree

    WarpaintFree Well-Known Member

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    With the dovetail angles visible, I think you'd want to ease the edges with a chamfer, not a roundover, keeping the design cohesive.
     

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