DeLux-Flat Ecig TIp for 510 Cartos

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DeLux-Flat Ecig TIp for 510 Cartos by Big-E Jan 25, 2013

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I prefer Flat Tips on my vaping devices, but they are hard to come by, I've used flat tips for ages (on pipes and cigarette holders) so it's a personal preference.
These fit with minimal cleanup, you need only an o-ring. Vape with style, try a DeLux Flat Tip today!


You will need an O-ring, 8mm OD x 5mm ID x 1.5mm thick (or close to that size)

Print the STL, it is scaled to fit 510 cartomizers and tanks. I print in PLA on blue tape at .1mm, high quality, with no support or raft. 235 degrees Celsius in black Ultimachine PLA. Lower resolutions will work too, but the finish won't be as nice. Use at least 2 shells and 15% infill. you can try 100% infill, but I haven't tried that yet.

Trim the flash at the base. You may ream the hole if you wish, but it shouldn't need it.

add the o-ring to the groove in the base, insert into your carto, and enjoy.

I have included the source file; I made this in Wings 3D, however, it's not scaled perfectly. if you want to use a tip right away, print from the .STL file, as it is scaled correctly.
This is not a true drip-tip, as you will need to remove the tip to add liquid to your cart.

Let me know if you like it!

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Not that I have seen, no. I print in PLA. E-liquid may discolor some of the translucent plastics over time, however.

I haven't tested them with all the liquids out there, I mostly use Johnson Creek or Top Vapor liquid, though. Neither brand has deteriorated or otherwise messed with the plastic. If you do have a problem, be sure to post the brand of liquid, as well as the type of plastic and it's source, as I would like to know.


Did it have any reaction to the e-liquid?