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antyac2108

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Just finished it last night it's a 1590A with a shapeway's front cover. I have a 0.06 Clapton NI200 build in right now and it's awesome!!!!

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That is a nice box. What size battery were you able to squeeze into it?
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Here is my first try Hammond 1590g, I messed up on the Usb hole. I will be making some more, I have 5 more boards coming tomorrow hopefully.

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Finished the internals now image.jpg 
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Here is my first try Hammond 1590g, I messed up on the Usb hole. I will be making some more, I have 5 more boards coming tomorrow hopefully.

Well done, but it looks like you have the thin & thick wires in the wrong places, the thickest is normally for the output not the battery.

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I had the chip mounted in a different box with a bigger battery where all wires were 14awg. Switched to the 950 nano battery and didn't bother upgrading the wires as I think john on here said they were good enough as they are silicone coated.
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I had the chip mounted in a different box with a bigger battery where all wires were 14awg. Switched to the 950 nano battery and didn't bother upgrading the wires as I think john on here said they were good enough as they are silicone coated.

I wasn't talking about your mod, but about the one in the post I quoted [biggrin]

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1550P / Nano-Tech 950



VERY WELL DONE!!
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@Adski, Love the Pip Boy graphic!!
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My bad, what a douche

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I posted this over on ecf in the dna200 thread, but figured it belonged here as well:

Finished this mod a few days ago, just got around to taking a few pictures. Meet the lego200:

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Wiring inside is 12 gauge to the 510, 16 to the battery. The extra XT60 in there is between the dna200 and the 510, since I wanted things to be modular (this being lego and all). The 510 is from fasttech, basically a varitube clone. Battery is a Turnigy nano-tech 1000mah 3S 25~50C. Everything else is lego including the button actuators, chip holder, screen mount. No glue, only a small bit of double sided tape to hold the screen. The only cut into the lego was for the 510 (a hole for the threads, and a recess for the top plate.

The style plates attach onto the side. So far I've made the two seen in the pictures, but I will likely make a few more. And I need to find some mounts in black. The grey ones stand out when the plates are off (they are completely hidden when they are on though).

Been using it at about 50W mostly, 410F - 430F, preheat set to 200W 1sec. Vaping great. Now I just need to keep myself from ordering more dna200's.

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Awesome build @asg! [thumb]
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How many dollars do you require to work here?
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Love that orange screen. I might have to steal that idea!
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