First fully printed rebuildable drip atomizer.
Contains from two pieces and the box with cover.
Feel free to customize the idea.
Solidworks files are attached, so any improvements are welcome.
Work in progress.
If you are not a jerk, it's safe, but use your own brain together with this vape box, please. Even a teaspoon is dangerous in moron's hands, so don't be an idiot. Use only at your own risk and always be careful. Thanks.
And sorry for my English.
.2 layer height at .4 nozzle, use automatic or .5 layer width
ABS, ASA, PET or something with high heat resistance required - PLA has a too low melting point and probably will not work.
Make a coil.
Make a coil from a kanthal wire. Use only pure cotton wool and make few threads with it. Make sure that the wire is isolated with a cotton from the sides of plastic atomizer.
Use ohms law calculator to compute resistance of the coil!
I used a flat resistance wire which is hard to break, but if you have nothing like that at home, I'll give you a small hint - consider your mum's hairdryer exploration ;-)
Place the coil.
Fit ends of the coil to the two small terminals and stretch thin wires through the holes at the bottom. Use rather thin wires with teflon insulation and jam holes with hot glue from the bottom. Get a tweezers and you'll be done in a minute.
Wire it up.
Use some connectors and button (or rather a relay, mosfet or something). I'm using the 3S lipoly to power the vaping box, but 2S will work as well, but remember to make a proper coil.
Drip some e-juice inside. Cotton must we wet, but too much juice doesn't work. Play with it and you will find the best level soon.
Place the top.
Use a shrinking tube on the insertion part of the top to seal pieces. Or you can scale the top to 104% and the top will fit itself.
It's free, opensource and cheap, so you have to make some experiments to make it work well. But with some care you will get a working piece of smoking fun.