The Coiler [motor version] (for clapton, juggernaut and twisted coils) - Vape Mod

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The Coiler [motor version] (for clapton, juggernaut and twisted coils) - Vape Mod by mc0676 Jun 17, 2016


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This is the final version of The Coiler (i hope !).
After belt edition (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1611185) and the gear edition (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1613771) i decide to develope a motor version using a 12v motor with gear reduction.

With this u can do:

  • a classic clapton coil;
  • a juggernaut coil;
  • a twister coil (using on the right side the wire_gear_dx_for_twisting.stl).

About the print STL named with _x2 final u have to print double.

To mount u need:

  • some self-tapping A2 DIN7982 screw 3.5x16 (these are very standard !) to assembly the frame;
  • 2x M3x15 (with nuts) for crankshaft;
  • 2x M3x10 for wire fixing;
  • 1x M3x15 for knob mounting;
  • 1x M3x10 headless screw for motor gear;
  • 2x M1.6x6 or M1.6x8 to fixing the motor;

About the circuit i chosed the PMW TE234.
The motor is called 12GAN20 and there're two kind: 100 and 300 RPM.
Probably with the PWM the 300 RPM is the best way.
About circuit and motor some hopefull link:

Update 27/06/2016 - Released


Update 09/07/2016
Added vertical_panel_sx_big_motor.stl and motor_gear_big.stl.
This new two parts work with another king of motor.
This one http://fave.co/2bsj89v or this one http://fave.co/2boH8a4

To fix it u need 4x M3x10-12 mm.
The other parts are the same.

Update 18/07/2016

  • big_circuit_box_cover.stl
  • big_circuit_box.stl
    This version of circuit box is for another king of circuit.
    This version is biggest then other, it cost the same, and it's called "PWM DC 6V 12V 24V 28V 3A Motor Speed Control Switch Controller".
    U fint it on ebay or amazon.
    One link http://fave.co/2bsjEUA or http://fave.co/2boH9eg

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Good morning, you could pass the pieces on .SLDPRT or iges, thank you very much

What did you use to generate the gears... and for the overall design?

i used freecad :)

all was designed using freecad, this software has a function to generate gear how u wand and need. Using the macro screw u can create some screw, too.

Can you share the config used for the gears? I'm going to make a smaller reduction gear for a different motor and for it to mesh properly, I need to know what settings you used.


Was thinking to do the same thing when I saw your first design.
Good job for making our lifes easier in building some of that difficult to build coils.
For the moment I'm away from home. But first thing I'm going to print when I'm back home will be this.
To hopefully succeed in building some staggered fused clapton wire.

Looks great. Can you please consider taking some of the meat out of the bigger parts? Like a big rim, 2.5mm back, then gussets and ribs connected to mount points for the parts..

Ruby i cannot understand your proposal, some shot example ? :)

Here is the base idea of what I'm thinking: https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/4h7138/best_practices_for_adding_ribs_and_gussets_to_3d/?

I've not applied it myself yet on a part, however I'm a relatively crude designer still. I've gotten a lot better, but....