Hello FC, I want to order a custom piece with a fritted disc, but there's only a finer grain size available for it. Does anybody know if that would stil work right? It would be a thicker can so the frit would have 3x more area than the working piece with bigger grain size, but its still a lot finer, so that might not be enough and the resistance could be too high even for vapes. Or worse, wouldn't fire at all. Here are the pics I got: There is a correctly functioning fritted disc piece next to the finer frit, with 3x less area. It has porosity of 0 (which was the biggest grain size available). And looking into tables I see the porosity of 0 is supposed to be around 150–250 micron sized pores. So, does anyone have an idea if it will work? I don't want to throw away 200$ for a fail. If it won't work, then I'll probably have a honeycomb instead or just cancel the order. Thanks, Seek. EDIT: some simplified math I've done (might not be correct): Whole disc area: 1500mm^2 Pore size: 0.2mm Assuming: 1 pore per 5mm^2, no thickness, additive parallel airflow => 300 pores per total area => 7.5mm^2 sum of pore areas on the whole disc => equivalent of 3mm diameter single hole (just like in vapexhale bamboo). So this simplified math says it could work, and I don't have any vape with less resistance than vapexhale. But I'm assuming no thickness, so the real resistance might be higher, also not all holes will be firing, so multiplying by 300 might not be correct. But also it might have more pores per area than I assumed which could lower the resistance.