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Mesh As Coil not as wick


#1

For anyone that would like to try this

https://youtu.be/6Yoxmer6hDs


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#2

You can get 316L SS mesh at Lightning Vapes
http://www.lightningvapes.com/products/stainless-steel-mesh?variant=346538223

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#3

I have some amd thought adout that. How does it vape. How lomg will it last?


#4

I just put in my order for the mesh so I don’t know. But it should last as long as a fused clapton and flavor should be the same or better. It wicked up the e-liquid really well in the video :sunglasses: Also should work good in temp. control


#5

Ordering mine on monday and will be trying this build out but not just on a kayfun. I think that coil build will suit other rdta’s, rta’s.
With the surface area of that build, that should translate into much flavour.
Watch this space… :yum:
EDIT:- ordered today. Couldn’t wait. :wink:


#6

I had some mesh left over from a ginny tank i got some time back. I tried this very thing. I hope your experience is better than mine. I hope you let us know. Maybe mine was to old or maybe it wasn’t SS.
Anywho, Good Luck!

Ok. just watched the vid.
First I must admit I was a newbee when I tried it.
Second If done like the guy in the video I think it should be pretty awesome. I think I still have some mesh left… and,Ya know I gotta try it.


#7

Thanks brother. Was it you looking for fine gauge stainless?


#8

Yes, yes, yes. Love SS and can not find 36g or 38 would be even better


#9

I get mine from here. Finest ss i can find. Hope it helps you out bro.
http://www.wireandstuff.co.uk/products/304-Grade-Stainless-Steel.html


#10

Just noticed your in Canada :scream:
Mabey @Whiterose0818 might be able to point you in a direction that can help you get your wire.
The link i gave is in the UK, you can get it delivered but i think it would cost a bit. :weary:


#11

Canada? where does it say that? Oh… my bad I mean I am a truck driver and I go to Canada and Love the Country. Maybe I should fix that and make it more clear. But thank you very much.


#12

@Whiterose0818 put up a link someplace I but can’t remember what it was maybe he can help


#13

what is a Micron. What is better 39 micron or 90 micron?


#14

If you click on that link i gave you, it list’s microns next to AWG


#15

i know.But what i don’t know is, which is better, a low number such as 39 or a high number such as 90?


#16

39 micron is a tighter weave than 90. so you will need 39. I think 400 gauge mesh is 33 micron


#17

^^^^what he said^^^^^ :yum:


#18

What’s the resistance on it?


#19

he used a TAB in the video and came up with .29 (if memory serves)


#20

If you or anyone else tries it in TC please let us know how that works out. Honestly In my mind I can’t imagine it being stable, but I’ve been wrong before :wink: