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This Modular Mod kit print is intended to house two flat top 18650 batteries powering Evolv Vapors LLC DNA 20,30 and 40 watt circuit boards with the batteries in a parallel configuration with accommodations for a USB charging circuit. If your intention is a bottom feeder or squonking mod one of the battery cylinders can be modified to house your bottle of liquid. Squonking battery tubes should be listed soon, if you can't find them please contact me with your interests.
Instead of going out Beta I have personally built and tested this model and its replacement parts that are listed in this shop. I have built a number of mods and this was the easiest I have built to date.
This print has been designed to utilize a 22mm diameter Fat Daddy Vapes 510 connector with a deck thickness of just under 2.5mm.
Two silver coated copper beryllium springs from Lee Springs part number LBC 038A 01 C. A 1/4"-20 threaded brass thread insert(optional) and a 1/4"-20 D-ring type screw often used in photography tripods.
If constructed properly this print allows for battery changes without use of any tools and a compact form factor of slightly less than 3.6 inches in height, just under 2.4 inches wide and less than 1.5 inches thick at its center, it's thickest point.
There are some metal fabrication abilities suggested for this 3D print, although 3D prints for these metal parts may be made available upon request. Other skills that will be required are soldering and a basic knowledge of personal vaporizer electronics for proper assembly. Various basic hand tools such as wire strippers, screwdrivers, pliers and a rubber band are also needed.
This print is a culmination of more than a months worth of work between two designers, Mr. Jasen Cooke and myself, Wylie Wiggins aka Podunk Steam. We're often found on the VapeAtron forums, an internet based forum dedicated to harm reduction through use of personal vaporizing devices.
All safety measures, precautions and electrical calculations should be addressed and utilized in the fabrication of this product. Your safety is your responsibility.