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  1. blokenoname

    The HI

    Hi Alan Thanks :) Re the drilling: I remembered your mishap with drilling out the UD core, but of course I was able to remove the heater cover here and fasten it properly in the vice, before drilling :D With the drill press and the 10mm steel drill bit, this was actually very easy going. Took...
  2. blokenoname

    The HI

    Wow! I discussed the Halo option with @Alan a while back and it seems to fit the square HI very well :clap: :tup: Maybe I take out the screwdriver and have a look, how hard it'll be to exchange the resistor for a bulb in my Square HI maple/walnut unit :D Edit: Well... that's what you get...
  3. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    New thread at: https://newfuckcombustion.com/index.php?threads/the-misty-log-diy-wooden-vaporizer.128/
  4. blokenoname

    Important Announcement

    Trying out the SiteSucker right now, aiming for three levels deep. That should give me the index page, the forum and thread levels and keep the file size hopefully manageable. Tried unlimited levels before, but then you'll end up with roughly 1/2 a million files to copy :D Edit: Yep. This...
  5. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Morning folks :wave: Looks like we're moving ship! :D New FC site up and running and waiting for the passengers and crew to move ;) More infos from Stu over here: http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/important-announcement.49260/ Will set up the new Misty thread there shortly :rockon:
  6. blokenoname

    Important Announcement

    Ok... and joined :clap: iCloud mail doesn't relegate the confirmation mail to spam, FWIW. Goes straight into your inbox :nod: @Stu @pakalolo For archiving our FC Titanic here, you might want to look into software like SiteSucker (macOS): "SiteSucker is a Macintosh application that...
  7. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    @Duck The length of the Misty's heater cover is dependent upon the depths of the heater well, I drill into the blank, which is of course dependent on the length of the whole blank. I use a 10cm x 4 cm piece of handrail for making the bodies. The heater well goes through 1/2 the length of the...
  8. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    @Duck Looks good so far ;) :tup: None of my standard 12v DC heaters draws much more than an Amp. So 2A max is ok for the heater cartridges I use for the Misty Logs. @all Tested out the larger diameter (11mm OD/10mm ID) heater cover, I usually use with the halo heater bulb, for use with the 10w...
  9. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Yes. You need a VVPS or dimmer for running the 10w heater. Good starting point is 10.5v to 11v here. @Duck Heater Cover is 4.5cm long.
  10. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Needed a new daily Driver :) :nod: The body is cherry with a tigerwood look. 9mm stainless steel heater cover, double sleeved. Heater is a 10w cartridge heater.
  11. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Cozy Covid Weekend Setup:D
  12. blokenoname

    The HI

    The 3/8" (inch) tube is more or less the traditional Log 'standard' by now, as you will find it in the HI, the Underdog and also the E-Nano. In millimetres, it's outer diameter is about 9.5mm, while it's inner diameter is about 8mm. For this smaller sized heater cover, @Alan provides 5/16" (or...
  13. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Hi folks :) Long time, no see... ... but then, this little intrusion of pure cosmic horror into all our lives (who the fuck could know, that the great Cthulhu would eventually measure only 60 to 120 nanometers, when he finally woke up and emerged from sunken R'lyeh!? :lol:), totally...
  14. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Awwwww ... it looks just stunning @brainiac :clap: Really beautiful :) Bit stressy over here right now, as we're just ramping up our Covid19 measures. Merkel addressed the nation just an hour ago and I'm sorting out right now, what's what and how my own, non vaping related, business is affected.
  15. blokenoname

    Cutting glass tube

    A triangular diamond coated needle file will do the job! Mark the position for the cut with a sharp scratch. Now get the diamond file wet and add some drops of water onto the tube (to bind glass dust) and file away. Once you're half way through, grab the tube at both ends and break it apart. If...
  16. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Evening folks :) Updated the heater design for the older style Misty bodies with the user serviceable ‘base loading heater’ a bit, that gets threaded in from the base cavity of the Log. Combining approaches from Ed and Alan both here, by forgoing the use of solder altogether for fastening the...
  17. blokenoname

    iHeat 510 Heater Cartridge

    Nope! Site admin has gone AWOL for some years now, w/out anybody knowing, where the bugger went. So we're left with two mods, who do an awesome job here out of sheer passion, but lacking the required admin permissions for administrative site changes. https://imgbb.com/upload works fine for...
  18. blokenoname

    iHeat 510 Heater Cartridge

    Alan already did that: http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/insta-heat-aka-iheat.24839/
  19. blokenoname

    E-Nano from Epicvape

    Mate... that's pretty much a question of scale, me thinks. Alan is basically just a one man show with a probably quite modest output of units/annum sold, when compared to the scale of Epicvape sales. Ye bigger your business gets and the more units you sell overseas, the less you can afford...
  20. blokenoname

    'The Misty Log' - DIY wooden Log Vaporizer

    Afternoon :) Introducing the ConG adapter: Cork on Glass :D A simple, tidy and quite easy to do DIY bong adapter, if you're lacking the right tools, to cut a fitting 18mm or 14mm taper yourself :nod: Local head shop here sells fitting silicone and cork stoppers for plugging up tapered ground...
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