Diggy Smalls

Notorious
So recently I cleaned my vapcap, thanks to the person who suggested pushing a nugette through the condenser to clean and gather the reclaim, and accidentally pushed the condenser deeper into the body and didn't amidst it back to default. It is cool cause it tightens the draw of the open carb. I've got it open and tight draw baby, no Omni here, but it kinda almost feels like it.
 

mucsusn

60 going on 20
So recently I cleaned my vapcap, thanks to the person who suggested pushing a nugette through the condenser to clean and gather the reclaim, and accidentally pushed the condenser deeper into the body and didn't amidst it back to default. It is cool cause it tightens the draw of the open carb. I've got it open and tight draw baby, no Omni here, but it kinda almost feels like it.
I do that with all of my M's....nice compromise with an open carb
 

beyond6strings

Just another traveller in the Cannaverse
@antispleen haha. The Universe is a great place isn't it? For me I was taking an almost month long break due to a severe case of tendonitis. I'm a fingerstyle guy, a pro actually, so this was difficult and alarming.

But today is the day I can start again-slowly. I just got back from the nail salon-it's where I get my semi-permanent custom picks installed-and I am finishing up getting my nails just right while enjoying my Omni Anhydrously. Cuz you're right-the Vapcap is the perfect vaporizer for a guitar session.

@Squiby When I use ISO I always rinse and dry. I really don't want to melt my face or turn my hands into flesh and bone mittens. The idea of my butane torches coming into contact with ISO is truly frightening. I totally get why Dynavap states in writing it's not a good idea. I'm very careful.

And now, to the strings. Here's a little something for y'all. This might be me.

 

mucsusn

60 going on 20
@antispleen haha. The Universe is a great place isn't it? For me I was taking an almost month long break due to a severe case of tendonitis. I'm a fingerstyle guy, a pro actually, so this was difficult and alarming.

But today is the day I can start again-slowly. I just got back from the nail salon-it's where I get my semi-permanent custom picks installed-and I am finishing up getting my nails just right while enjoying my Omni Anhydrously. Cuz you're right-the Vapcap is the perfect vaporizer for a guitar session.

@Squiby When I use ISO I always rinse and dry. I really don't want to melt my face or turn my hands into flesh and bone mittens. The idea of my butane torches coming into contact with ISO is truly frightening. I totally get why Dynavap states in writing it's not a good idea. I'm very careful.

And now, to the strings. Here's a little something for y'all. This might be me.

Nice work @beyond6strings that must be scary to have your livelihood injured like that. As a professional keyboard player, I take very good care of my hands! If you have the time and inclination, would love to hear more about your instrument in the video....perhaps a PM?
 

antispleen

Company Rep
Company Rep
@antispleen haha. The Universe is a great place isn't it? For me I was taking an almost month long break due to a severe case of tendonitis. I'm a fingerstyle guy, a pro actually, so this was difficult and alarming.

But today is the day I can start again-slowly. I just got back from the nail salon-it's where I get my semi-permanent custom picks installed-and I am finishing up getting my nails just right while enjoying my Omni Anhydrously. Cuz you're right-the Vapcap is the perfect vaporizer for a guitar session.

@Squiby When I use ISO I always rinse and dry. I really don't want to melt my face or turn my hands into flesh and bone mittens. The idea of my butane torches coming into contact with ISO is truly frightening. I totally get why Dynavap states in writing it's not a good idea. I'm very careful.

And now, to the strings. Here's a little something for y'all. This might be me.


I have the biggest smile while listening to this, beautiful playing man. I am nowhere near a professional, but I enjoy the hell out what I do play. Thanks so much for sharing homie.
 

hinglemccringleberry

Well-Known Member
The only time I'm afraid to use my vapcap in public is when I accidentally combust in it. I'm terrified people will smell it. Well maybe terror is an exaggeration...
I've been using it with damania before work and on break. I've realized no one gives two shits what I'm doing with my little cigarette thing.

I hate the smell of smoke and can actually get in trouble if they can smell it on me at work. When I was a kid all my teachers smelled of coffee and cigarettes lol

Anyway, the dynavap line works great with all sorts of herbs, too. Damiana helps me feel calm and it tastes pretty good if kind of interesting. Gives me a happy feeling... It's not a high feeling just general calm and we'll being...

I was throwing a party for my sister's birthday and she tells me she found my lost ti Woody and will give it to me! Yay! I'm getting my hopes up!
How is the vapor production of Damania compared to MJ? Ive been thinking of getting some.
 

Winegums

I make things from wood
Accessory Maker
It's curious that George grouped together what I consider the Generation 3 and Generation 4 tips. I always had it in my mind that the generation change was when they switched the direction of the grooves and widened them. There's quite the difference in performance, tolerances and appearance between them which makes them different generations to me.

I consider the prototypes Gen 0, the first 5 fin Gen 1, the first 7 fin Gen 2, the second version 7 fin Gen 3, the third version 7 fin Gen 4, and the newest 5 fin tip Gen 5. It makes more sense to me this way looking at the evolution of the design as well as taking into account the production volume of each type of tip.

Am I alone in splitting up the versions like this?
 

wileycoyote1103

Well-Known Member
Had to clean my tip real good.
Realized a large amount of soot
builds up on the outside of my tip.
Causing my cap stick bad. Also noticed there was a lot of build up in the air grooves. So I'm literally cutting off what little air I get under the cap.
Tried ISO, no good, ended up using a small brass wire brush.
Wow what a difference.
I believe this may also cause a type of soot, to be on the inside of the cap as well.
Maybe causing a type of thermal shield? Not heating metal evenly,
I'll have to try a piece of magic eraser. Probably work better on the soot inside the cap.
 

stark1

Daydreams are OK
Had to clean my tip real good.
Realized a large amount of soot
builds up on the outside of my tip.
Causing my cap stick bad. Also noticed there was a lot of build up in the air grooves. So I'm literally cutting off what little air I get under the cap.
Tried ISO, no good, ended up using a small brass wire brush.
Wow what a difference.
I believe this may also cause a type of soot, to be on the inside of the cap as well.
Maybe causing a type of thermal shield? Not heating metal evenly,
I'll have to try a piece of magic eraser. Probably work better on the soot inside the cap.


With refined butane, Wiley, there should be little or no “soot” buildup; you may want to find a highly
filtered source....

Unless you are using Bics (which I kinda doubt). :cheers:
 
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