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Discussion in 'Rebuildable Atomisers' started by Rayjay, Aug 5, 2017.

  1. Rayjay

    Rayjay Member

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    Not exactly sure where this belongs either in Handcheck or rebuilding, a few shots of my rebuilding station.

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    Changing my dripper /squonker over to jugernaught SS Coils.
     
  2. Pippi

    Pippi Admin Moderator

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    Come on folks :)
     
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  3. cloudwarrior

    cloudwarrior Member

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    No table. But I work out of these two boxes. One for juice mixing. One for coil building and wicking [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    I'll do a breakdown/ knolling if anyone is interested
     
  4. JakeFloyd

    JakeFloyd New Member

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    Nice idea

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  5. steve.c

    steve.c Senior Member

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    A bit untidy atm....[​IMG]
     
  6. Pippi

    Pippi Admin Moderator

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    looking good you guys - I dont really have a proper space but when I clean out the junk from the spare room - I plan to have shelves & table for everything vape related - its all spread between three rooms at the moment :facepalm:
     
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  7. JakeFloyd

    JakeFloyd New Member

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    Mine is supper messy ,
    My excuse is im still in a full leg brace ha well gets me out of the wifes todo lists anyways

    Excuse the boof heads [​IMG]

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  8. Pippi

    Pippi Admin Moderator

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    Beautiful Boof heads Jake!
    and no where near as disorganized as me. :)
     
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  9. JakeFloyd

    JakeFloyd New Member

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    They are my boys and we been to hell and back together , oh my provari is missing from the pic because its next to my bed ha

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  10. DogMan

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    Look at the puppers :h:

    I wanna cuddle them

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  11. JakeFloyd

    JakeFloyd New Member

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    They would like that big softies [​IMG][​IMG]

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  12. DogMan

    DogMan Butler

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    Recently tidied

    The tupperware container from pudle mumma has helped

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  13. Rayjay

    Rayjay Member

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    Great doggie Pics, back on topic, I am currently moving my mixing and coil building to my man cave shed when the move is finished will post pics, the dinner table has been prohibited by she that must be obeyed. Awaiting for the solar panel to arrive for lighting battery and other bits finished. The mixing and drying bench is finished. Here are some pics of the mixing and drying racks. Simple as to make.

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    The little digital scales can weigh decimals of a gram and are quite handy found them on flea bay.
     
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  14. Gasman

    Gasman Senior Member

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    I don't have a dedicated build table just the family dinner table.

    I have building materials and tools in two separate containers and just drag them out when required.
    I did have mods etc behind the bar but management issued a move on notice due to clutter.
     
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  15. Rayjay

    Rayjay Member

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    The move to Man Cave (shed) is finished. @Gasman, yeah I used the dinner table but the chalk and cheese banned that idea. Oh well such is life, now no one disturbs me in my man cave.

    The lighting and the stereo will be added tomorrow when the solar panel arrives, heating was achieved with with a small diesel caravan heater which I scavenged from a mate that was demolishing his caravan. Nice and comfy now.

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  16. Gasman

    Gasman Senior Member

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    I'd love a shed or dedicated man shed but unfortunately space is limited inside and out.
    Now when one of my kids move out in years to come it may be possible but I'm betting the answer will be no.
    Problem is as my "stuff" breeds I'm running out of space in its current position so you never know.
     
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  17. Noe

    Noe Adorably quirky ... QUIRKY Noe! VCA Approved Post Whore

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    Well I'm beating Pippi at least, my stuff is all confined to one room, granted it takes up nearly the entire room, shelves, desks, wardrobe/cupboards/drawers, floor, containers, shoe boxes - you get the idea LOL
    My build space is any free piece of table/desk real estate that is handy at the time, often a 20cm x 20cm corner of my computer desk (for the build) combined with a similar sized piece of real estate on the adjoining desk (for laying out tools etc), I could probably rebuild coils without a desk & use my pockets as tool holders as long as I had enough space to put my mod down somewhere LOL
     
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  18. steve.c

    steve.c Senior Member

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    Just wondering, do your scales have an auto shut-off function?
     
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  19. Rayjay

    Rayjay Member

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    Unfortunately yes and it drives me batty, I now mix by percentages and to heck with the scales. The shut off function might be a battery saver but not good if you cannot set the time out /shut off.
     
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  20. steve.c

    steve.c Senior Member

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    Yea, the auto-shutdown pisses me off too. I don't know why they have to put that in or at least give you the option to switch it off. But I've got it down to a usuable system. I tare once I add something now and if it shuts off it won't make a difference
     
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