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Coil Winders/Jigs/Blue Screwdrivers etc

Discussion in 'Rebuildable Atomisers' started by DogMan, Apr 24, 2016.

  1. rupert

    rupert Crazy Chemist

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    Haha :D Doing any degree in science will entail getting a dissection kit. At least thats my story and I am sticking with it.
    Also, they are the BEST scissors I've ever found.
     
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  2. Harlequin

    Harlequin Senior Member

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    ...Fava Beans... :sillygrin:
     
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  3. Gasman

    Gasman Senior Member

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    Perhaps Rupert should change his name to Hannibal.

    If he creates a juice named Clarice be afraid,be very afraid.
     
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  4. Gasman

    Gasman Senior Member

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    Only degree I've got is in different levels of frustration when I bugger coils and wicking up.

    I could try tin snips but I don't think they'd perform too well.
     
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  5. DogMan

    DogMan Butler

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    I have 3 degrees

    i've been complaining about 2 months the hot water isn't hot

    rang maintenance, they said check the temperature dial, which had apparently slipped and needed to be turned up :blush:

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  6. Browny

    Browny Senior Member

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    14g needle blunts are what I still use. Simple, light weight and the right size for me.
    Got a curo set somewhere in the vape box, used it once and found it harder and more cumbersome.
    Simple and cheap wins for me.
     
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  7. Dalork

    Dalork Senior Member

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    These are the scissors I use, sharp as always been perfect cutting. Cost all of $2 at Cheap As Chips, son uses the same ones but think he got them at spotlight maybe 'n think he paid about$8. I had some other great ones but too big for wicking, more like dress marker type.

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    Coil winder I have tried a few but kept the Coil Master V3 and my extra super-duper Dalork special lol
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  8. Gasman

    Gasman Senior Member

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    I'm sure I looked at them in Spotlight and got a more expensive pair which were crap because I thought they're to cheap to be any good!
    Just my luck and I like the coiling jig.
    Would I be right to assume that's an old curtain pole?
    Either way good bit of ingenuity.
     
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  9. Judith

    Judith Mostly harmless

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    I bought some of these. Cheap and cheerful and very sharp when new and then when they get a bit duller they get used for other cutting jobs. https://www.fasttech.com/p/1215700
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  10. DogMan

    DogMan Butler

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    I use the ones from my hair clippers

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  11. Dalork

    Dalork Senior Member

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    The home made jobby? lol well that used to be the wife's broomstick handle hahaha. It's slightly larger in diameter than your average boom handle which is why I used it, that and I was feeling too lazy to go buy a bit of dowel. Put an old 2mm drill bit in it and your laughing. I really like the Coil Master V3 but when my hand are being buggers the larger grip of the boom handle makes life easier. Wife is a short-ass so I figured she didn't need a full length broom, problem was the first failed attempts and the 3 mates who also wanted one lol. Broom needs a new handle now and wife didn't seem to think I was as clever as I thought I was hahaha

    The el cheapo scissors been working fine last 2 years, but I ONLY use them for my cotton and don't cut anything else. Only other scissors I've found as good have been like hairdresser type though they are larger.
     
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