Cannabis Hardware (formerly NewVape) FlowerPot Twax Vaporizer

Bad Dog

Yeah I pissed on the rug...... so what
Once I pay off my VRod I will be knocking at your door for one of those handles! I was thinking black palm but those burl/acrylic blanks??? You showed me look super sexy like a futo galaxy stash! I got a little time to iron out what I want but for sure I'll be buying one! Looking forward to what else you have up your sleeve @iDRINKBLEACH
 

iDRINKBLEACH

knowing is half the power - Gi-JOE
Accessory Maker
Once I pay off my VRod I will be knocking at your door for one of those handles! I was thinking black palm but those burl/acrylic blanks??? You showed me look super sexy like a futo galaxy stash! I got a little time to iron out what I want but for sure I'll be buying one! Looking forward to what else you have up your sleeve @iDRINKBLEACH
Yeah man I’ll be here. I’m super excited for you guys to see it. The ones I will be doing this weekend (waiting on blanks or I’d be at it now) one is custom FP set minus wood for the carb cap. It will be a shame knowing there’s a sexier flowerpot out there than mine 😂
 

Severmore

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I posted in another thread but wanted to drop it here too. View attachment 7645View attachment 7646
this is the v1 of the handle. Going to make a carb cap tool cover and a shovel head handle cover today if I can sneak away from the in laws who are visiting.

Do you (or anyone for that matter) happen to know the approximate dimensions (inner diameter and length) of the wooden carb cap tool insulator?

Thanks!

... and your work here is looking beautiful!
 
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simulacrum

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Has anyone followed this instructions from this video?


I'm thinking about doing this to my WeedEater, just hope I dont break it somehow
I still need to do this. The coil rattling around is my only complaint after like... two(?) weeks of ownership. Not sure quite how long it's been because I've just been getting unreasonably stoned and sleeping 10 hours a day since I started "experimenting" with my Weedeater.
 
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iDRINKBLEACH

knowing is half the power - Gi-JOE
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Do you (or anyone for that matter) happen to know the approximate dimensions (inner diameter and length) of the wooden carb cap tool insulator?

Thanks!

... and your work here is looking beautiful!
Thank you so much. Sadly I don’t know for sure I just use an older carb cap for vrod and weedeater I run without
 
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Kins

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They should just sell coils with more wraps instead of bending the coil you have all out of shape. That would make more sense.
 
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RustyOldNail

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They should just sell coils with more wraps instead of bending the coil you have all out of shape. That would make more sense.

From what I recall, the coil I bought from NV, with the Auber controller, for the WeedEater, has FIVE wraps, one more then the four wraps of other coils. That’s probably the most that can fit in the enclosure.

Whiteout proper tools, it’s almost impossible to TIGHTEN this metal coil. Separating them via a flat head screwdriver as SHOWN in the NV video is the most common way to do it. It worked for me to remove a little shake. In the end even if a bit loose, the coil will heat the entire head, maybe seconds......

BTW: There are a lot of decent videos on the NV site, and while one can disagree with some points, the guy that actually MAKES the stuff, is in the videos, might be worth watching....
 
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Bad Dog

Yeah I pissed on the rug...... so what
I think the advantage of a springy coil is if it was totally snug the coil would have nowhere to expand and might crack under the pressure?
 
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RustyOldNail

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I think the advantage of a springy coil is if it was totally snug the coil would have nowhere to expand and might crack under the pressure?

The coils are shaped when molten hot, to whatever diameter is called for, after the coil cools the metal is solid, with little “spring”. You can if CARFUL, expand the vertical spread of the hardened coil, as illustrated in the video.

I’m sure the fit of any coil depends on the brand of the coil and the device, so unless each one was custom fit before shipping, the consumer has to make any final matching adjustments. I was assured by NV, long ago, that even if the coil had some side to side movement, it would not effect the heating. But as a bit OCD, I spread the coils, as in the video, which just grabs a bit more metal in the WeedEater housing, but got rid of the looseness, needed or not.

If one is ok aggressive in chasing the fairy dust, the metal coil will.... BREAK your heart...
 
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Ramahs

Fucking Combustion (mostly) Since February 2017
Using the WeedEater the screen gets clogged real fast. How often do you guys replace the screen?

Right now I'm replacing the screen once a day and using a dust buster vac to clear the bowls.

Damn. I've been using my Vrod almost every day since I got it several months ago (January), and I've never had to even remove the screen yet. It's still quite clean.

I never have felt the need to stir, so I'm not helping to clog the screen by doing that.

When I finish a bowl, I use the debowler spike in my NV stand to empty the bowl, then I blow in it, then I brush it out with a small brush (an MFLB brush), and the screen is clean.

If the screen weren't to come out clean, it would be because I didn't fully extract my herb...and my fully extracted herb is never black. It's usually a medium brown.

Here's my shovelhead bowl with that original screen that I've never removed in the last few months of almost daily use with all sorts of different kinds of cannabis. All I've done is brush it out after every bowl, and not one spot in the weave is clogged. The key is to fully extract before dumping:

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