Technically, with 0.1-0.15 Ohm we're putting the battery in "short Circuit" @35 odd amps I'd say: not a good or clever idea!
You're very skillful!
Know what you're doing!
Studied a lot how mech mods behave.
Got plenty of spare charged batteries and last but not least:
Very aware of how your whole setup behaves..
To gain that type of experience you need time, knowledge, lots of builds and test with the same atomizer (different atomizers behaves differently and you'd have to start up again.. but at that time you should know what you're doing)
Lumentum's advice was because far too many kids on FB and beginners reading them, are whooeing the .1 build (I'll say it again: .1 is a Short! wouldn't even think lower then that! ) on a mech tube for CC without even taking care of their equipment, knowing the Ohm's law on a thing that's as dangerous as a gun.
Gentlemen, we're shorting a lithium battery, like it or not!
It's with a tecnique and experience that we are making it work "safely"
Don't want to carry on with a flame, but we're talking about safety.. not vaping!
We're adults and know what we do, but still we have to be carefull in what we tell people to do and make them well aware of the dangers they might? have to face..
I apologize if I sounded a bit dumb, but i wanted to share my thoughts about the .1 Build
BTW I do .15/.2 builds as well and love them, but I know what I'm doing on what.