how to make circles with vape

how to make circles with vape

hey vape fans, you asked and you shall receive.today i'm going to show you how to build a stove top coil. alright, so some of the thingsyou're going to need today to build your stove top. i do these a little bit differently thana lot of people online, so you're going to need some needle nosed pliers, preferablywith the little grippies inside there, you'll want those to hold onto the wire. you'll wanta very small diameter screwdriver. i'm not sure what this is, but it's around a 26 ora 24 gauge, maybe. take that back, probably about a 22 gauge. something small diameterbecause that's what you're going to use to make your first loop. as always, you're goingto need your wire cutters, a little bit of wicking material, i've got some rayon here,and then your wire. today we're going to be

using this 24 gauge just regular ole kanthal.so, let's dive down and i'll show you how to build this sucker. alright, so the firstthing you want to do after cutting off a little strip of wire, and honestly guys you onlyneed about 5-6 inches of this stuff, you don't need a whole lot. the first thing we're goingto do, it's really important that we get this as tight as possible. we're just going tomake one wrap on this little screwdriver, and that's just going to get our stove topstarted. so we're going to go ahead and make a wrap. what we end up with is this littleguy, and this looks like just one little wrap on there, and that's the start of our stovetop. so, in order to start making this look more like a stove top we're going to use ourpliers here and we're going to hold that loop,

just like that. we're going to take the shortwire, and you can see it goes under this other wire here, and we're just going to bend itstraight down. so now what we have is something that looks similar to this. so it's just kindof like a little flat warp. then, we're going to take that loop we made, we're going toput it in the very end of the pliers and we're going to grip down real nice. we're goingto take our long lead here, and we're just going to start making a circle. remember howi said i do this a little bit different? this is how i do it differently. so, i just wrap,spin the pliers around, grab both the wires you just wrapped, and just keep on going.just one after the other, one loop right after the other just like that. this really helpsto keep your coil nice and even. see, i'm

not getting very much space in between thosewraps. that's the beauty of doing it with the pliers, you don't get that space. we'lljust add a few more wraps here. like i said, you want the pliers with the little grippiesin there, it really helps when you're grabbing a hold of this coil to have them on the pliers.it helps grab a hold of that wire and hold it steady. since we're using 24 guage, we'reonly going to need, maybe 3-4 depending on your style. if you like a little bit warmer,go 3 and if you like a cooler vape then i would probably go 4 using the starting pointright here as a reference. so, right where you started that first wrap, that's whereyou're counting from. so far now i've got 3 full wraps on there, and i'm going to do4 today. i like it to be a little warm, i

don't like it to be too hot or too cold oranything like that, so we're going to do four. just taking my time here making sure thateverything is nice and tight and lined up. alright, so on the end of your last wrap thereyou'll notice how there's quite a bit of distance between this lead and this lead now. that'sperfect, that's where we want to go ahead and grab the coil here, and like we did withthe first one, we're just going to bend it straight down. so, you have both of thosetwo leads facing straight down, and you have yourself a nice little stove top there. lookat that, everything is nice and uniform, looks really nice. so now, all you've got to do,just like with any other build, take your favorite rda, whatever you're putting thisinto. rda is definitely recommended, these

don't work to well in rebuildable tank styleatomizers. we want to make sure we're using the right piece of hardware with the rightcoil. now, what i like to do, i like to use the last end here, so the last lead that wepulled down, i like to put that one on the outside. just like with any other coil, onelead in one hole and one lead in the other hole. you might need to bend it up over thelip depending on which rda you have, but sometimes the coil won't clear so you'll just need tokinda push it up over it. so with these coils we want to go ahead and leave some space behindthe coil from the post, because that's where our wick is going to go. it's going to goright down in there. we're going to be doing what's called a raincloud style wick today,so the majority of the wick is going to be

up here, over the posts and over the coil,with some wick going all the way to the base, touching the base, and then covering thatwhole back end of the coil. the reason we're going to do that, we'll explain when we getto the wicking. so, we'll just go ahead and tighten our coil down in here like that. youwant to be careful when you're tightening these because just the act of tightening themcan kind of cause them to distort, so you want to make sure you do it nice and slow.sometimes you can even take your pliers and just kinda hold the coil like that while you'retightening. then we'll go ahead and clip our leads off here. now what we're going to dois go ahead and form this coil a little bit. let's see if i can get it in frame, here wego. we're just gonna kinda of pulse it a little

bit, get it nice and warm. now as you pulsethe hot spots are going to go away. the stove tops aren't like your typical micro coil whereyou want to squeeze them together, this is more just letting the heat do the work. youcan kind take your pliers in there and form it a little bit if it got deformed while youwere tightening those posts, which happens a lot. there we've got a nice coil, everythingis lighting up real nice, so i'd say we're good. okay, so now we're going to wick thisbad boy. again, we're going to use a rain cloud style wick, so nothing going throughin the middle of the hole here, we're going to do it all back in here. the best way todo this is to just take your time. we don't want anything too tight back there. if it'stoo tight the juice isn't going to wick properly,

it's not going to flow, and you don't wantthat. add a little wick here, we're just kind of forming and adding a little juice on thewick here will act as an adhesive as we all know. i'm just gonna kinda shape it, and pushit between these two posts here. make sure that it's touching the coil in the back. ifthere's no saturated wick on that coil when you heat it, what's going to happen is oneof these spots here is going to get hot. a lot of times we don't realize it, our juiceactually helps cool the coil and keep us from getting hot spots and things like that. sotypically if you find you're getting hot spots or a burnt hit, that's going to be the culprit.you don't have coverage on your coil, or obviously sometimes you just don't have enough juiceon your coil. a lot of things contribute to

a dry hit, but that's one of them. so we'rejust going to tuck our coil and keep shaping, until we get that whole back end of the coilnice and covered. by the way this is one of my favorite coils to build, just the way itis it's going to be pretty low resistance. so, for the cloud chasers out there that'sa big bonus. also, there's a pretty good amount of surface area there so the flavor and allthat is also going to translate through. we'll give it a little fire here. yeah, perfect!you should be getting that kind of outward, kind of the vapor going outward like that,and that's because it's escaping through the middle of the coil there. so, that looks likeit's working pretty well. alright, it's time to see what the resistance reading is, makingsure that we are vaping safe here. sorry,

we forgot in the last video so we're goingto make sure we do this in all future videos. so, we'll go ahead and switch her on, seewhat we've got. it is 0.3 to 0.31 ohms, so pretty low. make sure you want to be usingsafe batteries with this. a 30 amp efest battery at least. a lot of you guys have the vtc 4or vtc 5, those will work fine. see, there we go, .31. so, there she is. alright vapefans, thanks for watching. i hope you learned something from that video. i hope it was enjoyable.next video is going to be the same thing, we're going to do a new poll on g+, so makesure you check that out, get your opinion heard. so, until next time, thanks for watchingand i'm gonna vape.