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Miscellaneous Vape Talk / Re: What you carrying today?
« on: February 20, 2018, 01:40:14 PM »
[gjM]? Meerschaum pipe converted by "toothless"

And by the by...the shank is a Kayfun V2 mini (clone) wrapped in bamboo, by duckie.


Introductions / Re: PumaDedek - e-pipe home creation
« on: February 18, 2018, 02:55:47 PM »
 :D ;)

Introductions / Re: PumaDedek - e-pipe home creation
« on: February 17, 2018, 02:18:42 AM »
Shaman skull 18650 ;) :D

Underwood Mods / Re: Custom pipe
« on: February 15, 2018, 04:55:39 AM »
new batch progress..


Introductions / Re: PumaDedek - e-pipe home creation
« on: February 14, 2018, 08:50:57 AM »
 :bounce: :D

Miscellaneous Vape Talk / Re: What you carrying today?
« on: February 13, 2018, 09:53:34 AM »
Boop 8)

Introductions / Re: PumaDedek - e-pipe home creation
« on: February 10, 2018, 01:31:41 AM »
 :bounce: :D

Amazing! And I really like your negative connection with the copper clab and magnet. Is the magnet glued to the copper clab? Then are they both glued to the bottom of the bowl? I really like your wireing diagram very easy to follow!

Basically the Top hat magnet (2 magnets glued together) is free to move up and down but is repelled by the other magnet in the top of the button so when you press down it forces the repelling magnets together and the connection is made through the copper clad to the positive contact ring.
I've just done a a bit of a how to on making the switch:

EDIT: Sorry should have read your post properly :/ yes the NEGATIVE connection is just copper clad with a magnet glued to the bottom of it and then glued to the base of the pipe chamber, the neg wire is just soldered to the copper clad, the solder "blob" in the middle is just to make sure a good connection is made, you could use a bit of copper or even a copper coin instead of the copper clad as long as you can solder to it.

and here's an even more clear diagram I did on sketchup of the basic principle:

ePipe Model Discussion / Re: A interesting pipe for conversion or casting
« on: February 07, 2018, 02:22:56 PM »
Nice, but the bowl looks to be a little small.   I don't think you would get an 18350 in there.

Might get away with it if shes got a wide bum, and she's into that sort of thing  :o

As promised here is how I make my magnet switches for my E-pipes:

What you need:
1 x Suitable sewing button in my case 23mm dia (from ebay)

1 x 6mm Dia by 3mm thick magnet
2 x 10mm Dia by 0.5mm thick magnet
1 x Piece of PCB copper clad board
Super Glue
Scissors or tin snips (to rough cut the PCB)
6mm drill bit and drill
Rotary tool and burr bit
sand paper

How to:
1, Draw around the button on the PCB mark the centre and cut out.
2, Drill a 6mm hole in the middle
3, Sand/file it so it is round and the same size as the button
4, Use rotary tool to grind off the buttons eye
5, Sand and polish the copper side of the board

6, Glue the 6mm magnet to one of the 10mm magnets to make a top hat

NOTE: The 6mm magnet will most likely not want to sit dead centre on the 10mm magnet DON'T force it, if you do the magnets will be fighting each other and colud break the glue bond down the line

7, Glue the other 10mm magnet in the centre of the button (where you ground the eye off) THIS MAGNET MUST BE REPELLING THE OTHER 10mm MAGNET OF THE "TOP HAT"

8, Place 6mm part of the "top hat" through the 6mm hole in the PCB and glue the PCB to the button

And you're done!

Optional fake tobacco/ash finish

You will need:
1 Teabag !
1 Teaspoon of instant coffee !
Super Glue
Clear Nail Varnish !!!

How to:

1, Rip open the Teabag and empty the contents onto a surface you don't mind getting glue on
2, Put the Coffee on the same surface but separate

3, Cover the surface of the pusher/button with super glue

4,Dip into the tea

5, Put more glue on the button/tea

6, Press hard into the coffee

7, Paint with clear Nail Varnish and when it gets tacky dab it with your finger to get a matte finish.

8, Endure a small but informative lecture from your significant other about how bloody expensive that nail varnish is and how its gone all thick now because you left the top off for too long.

The super glue and the varnish soak into the tea/coffee and it basically sets like resin/plastic and you're done!

Pipesmith Pipes / Re: Woodsman's Tavern
« on: February 07, 2018, 12:46:53 PM »
One More new model for 2018 -

PipeSmith Huntmaster, 18650 pipe; previously only available as a "Limited Series" build
Available in both "Standard" and "SC" configuration.


Here you go Guys hope you like it (I think it's my Fave' so far) :D

Original pipe:

Levelled out the bowl to make the chamber at right angle to the rim:

Drilled out the chamber with 19mm Forstner bit:

Used my table router to create a "ledge" for the positive contact (also first sand and prime) :

Copper ring positive contact made from 1.2mm solid copper house wire and wire channel cut with rotary tool:

Basic wiring/assembly diagram:

Magnetic fire button:

The "fire" button was an experiment that I didn't expect to work as the sewing button I used did not have much of an edge to glue to the copper clad but it JUST holds together, I have some more suitable sewing buttons on the way, when they arrive I will document and post how I made them more clearly.

Introductions / Re: PumaDedek - e-pipe home creation
« on: February 05, 2018, 12:03:11 PM »
 ;) :D

Underwood Mods / Re: Custom pipe
« on: February 02, 2018, 05:00:04 AM »
Custom stand in American oak and giant bamboo..

..and the whole shebang! :) 'Nautica' 18650 and 'Oom' 18500 both in contrast dyed Tuscan briar
with custom hand made soft touch buttons and custom hand cut acrylic 510 medium bent stems.


Introductions / Re: PumaDedek - e-pipe home creation
« on: February 02, 2018, 01:44:13 AM »
Dr. Jekyll a pan Hyde

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