Hey guys. First off, huge thanks to @natural farmer who made me aware of the need for this type of device. It seemed to be a natural offspring for the methodology used in the Project Vape device, and proves to indeed be a shoe in, as takes basically the same base hardware configured a bit differently. Natural Farmer will be getting involved in this endeavour and be making this or a similar device for the masses. So here's how it's done using the Project's base. (modified ego 510 adapter) This build is 22 AWG @ .9 ohm. Not being a VapCap owner, I have no idea on how well it works.. However, seeing this has been done with success by others, can't see why not.? Concerns and remedies: This thing gets freakin hot. The Project's Achilles heal, is the insulator bushing which is Teflon and not immune to the extensive heat. For this device I have replaced this bushing with a fiber washer. Hopefully, this solution will prevent the connection loosening. Using the washer rather then collar makes assembly a little more finicky as you must ensure the straightness and centering of washers to prevent the post from shorting to them. For overall heat from going into the mod, I have added a 510 heat sink which IMO, is necessary for this procedure. Element can be damaged by colliding with the VapCan upon insertion. Need some kind of guide to fit into the top to narrow the hole and keep the VapCap strait and centered. This part is still a work in progress. Opinions, ideas, interest..?