18650 would be awesome!
And two 21700’s would be even more awesome!
That’s the type in many electric cars, like over 6,000. Why not choose the best available battery technology available at the time? Not sure who NV is consulting with, but couldn’t believe I read “25650” was in discussion...
Full disclosure, I already have a DCup setup, so no horse in this race...
I'm thinking more in the neighborhood of 8-12 21700's for an extended session away from home would be nice.
Though 18650s seem to be less expensive and more available.
here are some more recent photos.
I'm glad you like the new tsunami concept. My real mission here is to determine if 3d printing is a safe and viable production alternative. The maxvapor upgrade in the existing aluminum housing is only a small feat of merging 2 great platforms. It's the idea of leveraging end user self printing that excites me. Allowing customers to continuously upgrade to the latest model or constantly evolve their color scheme to match your mood seems achievable now. There are many different types of 3d printing filament (the spool of material) including wood, and even HEMP. Over the next several weeks I will put this prototype through as much testing as I can. I'll be leaving it powered on for 1-8 hrs intentionally trying to melt what most consider the least durable material standard PLA. Here is the $250 3d printer I own and recommend to my friends. "Ender 3 Pro" found on amazon. I've installed thermal insulated firewall and sleeves to help shield the PLA material. It could be that an aluminum heat shield is the final recommendation. My idea is to offer $10 stl files of our models and printing instructions. Charging a one time fee for the stl file would encourage more models being released. The entire tsunami is based around the tbucket banger and dishes. I also have plans on having metal and 3d printing enail box (with xlr) for the maxtronics. I hope everyone stays safe out there.