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    Studiovape Mini 18650 Wood Mosfet squonker

    Hi Folks, just wanted to post this quickly, not a very pretty build, but wanted to do some experimenting with mosfet builds, see how tight a space I could fit it all into.
    It's a 3034 mosfet. If there is anything you'd like to know i will answer questions, but I'm sick with a cold at the moment, so won't go into details right now.
    NO contact cleaning and consistent firing abound it is a great novelty

    Mosfet mini 18650 Wood Squonker by Thomas Studios, on Flickr
    Last edited by studiovape; 02-04-15 at 02:56 AM.
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    I should probably add this image to show the back of the switch.

    [IMG]switch location by Thomas Studios, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    I'll take it!!! Awaiting pp details.
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    Which mosfet are you using bro? Part. No.???
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    Quote Originally Posted by bk_renesis View Post
    I'll take it!!!
    You will not lol it's a scrappy test bed, and when i have something to sell it will not be scrappy.
    I am interested to see if people consider the mosfet addition a plus though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bk_renesis View Post
    Which mosfet are you using bro? Part. No.???
    This one :IRLB3034PBF | International Rectifier IRLB3034PBF N-channel MOSFET Transistor, 343 A, 40 V, 3-Pin TO-220AB | International Rectifier
    Although I have better, smaller ones for future use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by studiovape View Post
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    I am interested to see if people consider the mosfet addition a plus though.
    I believe so
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtadmin View Post
    I believe so
    Maybe, i suppose if people leave a comment and say as much, I was on the fence for a long time, but recent endeavors in the search of the perfect switch contact material have lead me to believe that the mosfet system has a lot going for it.
    Driving on the highway and realising you need to clean your contacts is not a happy experience.
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    You've done it again studio.

    Very nice mate.
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    I believe the mosfet is definitely a plus for a mech style setup, especially when reduction in form factor and low maintenance is part of the design ofcourse.
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