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Thread: Dabbling in Bottom Feed Atomiser Conversion

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    Dabbling in Bottom Feed Atomiser Conversion

    So I got some clones to try this out. The first of the rank is a Derringer Clone............Here's how it turned out!




    And here's a step by step...............
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3D...ew?usp=sharing

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    Comments, criticism and advise welcome!
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    Seriously I think everyone is quite extraordinary for doing all these customisations. It is so satisfying.

    Could you polish the scratches out of the atty base
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    Looks great Laurie, don't though be afraid of removing a smidgen of the insulator to allow you to have the feed port below the height of the deck for better drainage, however having said this any atomizer that is designed in a way as to make dishing the deck awkward or impossible will have issues with leakage caused by excess juice remaining in the juice well after you release the bottle when squonking (this is very much an issue with the Stumpy I have just converted vs my trusty dished Igo-Ls and Ws, and cannot be stressed enough is you don't like juice all over your mod and hands (especially annoying while driving I find)). Atomisers with removable (press fitted) negative posts allow for dishing either on a lather or with a ball shaped grinding tool in a dremel or pillar drill once you have removed the posts (best done by gripping them in the chuck of a pillar drill and levering between chuck and atty deck).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
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    Seriously I think everyone is quite extraordinary for doing all these customisations. It is so satisfying.

    Could you polish the scratches out of the atty base
    Thanks xx, I could, but I'm not as fussy as some...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by studiovape View Post
    Looks grerat Laurie, don't though be afraid of removing a smidgen of the insulator to allow you to have the feed port below the height of the deck for better drainage, however having said this any atomizer that is designed in a way as to make dishing the deck awkward or impossible will have issues with leakage caused by excess juice remaining in the juice well after you release the bottle when squonking (this is very much an issue with the Stumpy I have just converted vs my trusty dished Igo-Ls and Ws, and cannot be stressed enough is you don't like juice all over your mod and hands (especially annoying while driving I find)). Atomisers with removable (press fitted) negative posts allow for dishing either on a lather or with a ball shaped grinding tool in a dremel or pillar drill once you have removed the posts (best done by gripping them in the chuck of a pillar drill and levering between chuck and atty deck).
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    Thanks sv, I did remove some of the insulator, originally it had a step on top of the deck, I didn't go far enough though, and didn't drill the cross hole low enough to begin with, but I will learn.

    I have a Stumpy to do next too, I saw your one..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by laurie9300 View Post
    I have a Stumpy to do next too, I saw your one..............
    no worries, on the Stumpy don't forget to remove and flip the dogleg pos post so the M3 thread becomes the juice port rather than the M2.5 as it would be in it's original config, the only way I could see to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by studiovape View Post
    no worries, on the Stumpy don't forget to remove and flip the dogleg pos post so the M3 thread becomes the juice port rather than the M2.5 as it would be in it's original config, the only way I could see to do it.
    Thanks for the advice, I haven't even looked at it yet.
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    I enjoyed that photo series and learned a little thanks.
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