Thanks, i think i try with this one.
ThanksBeautifull ! The stand is awesome too !
I recently bought a small lathe and can't wait to make my own vaporizer.
For now, I chose to go with halogen heating (maybe it's not the easiest but I was not sure about soldering iron heating elements' harmlessness), so I bought 24V 50W G4 halogen bulbs. I think Musa has 35 W so it should be more than enough.
I also bought glass beads to experiment (either in the heating tube, or in the mouthpiece/next to the load).
Now i'm thinking about the heating tube. I was thinking at something close to what you did. How did you attach the screens at the top of the tube ?
Also the 2 joints we can see n the tube, are they threaded ? if not, how did you join the two pieces ? Also, how do you manage temperatures with your DIY ? a simple dimmer ?
Oh, we discuss Halo powered Logs from page 35 onwards (and probably at several other places earlier) in this thread. Just flip back.Awesome, thank you a lot @blokenoname for the time taken to share all this information with me and all of us !
Do you think that 24V 50W is too much for a halogen heater ? I ordered the ZK-J5X module to be able to lower the voltage around 12V.
Thanks,That's a very impressive little collection of logs.
I'm particularly impressed with the way that you've allowed the natural shape of the wood
to guide your build decisions - it's what I aim for too.
Are they all halogen units? What methods did you use for drilling and shaping the wood?
And did you go with the buck converter or the dimmer?