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DNA75c DIY Mod wiring.

Discussion in 'All Things Mod Making' started by Vapaneezer Scrooge, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. Vapaneezer Scrooge

    Vapaneezer Scrooge Vendor

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    I've ditched my idea of making a mech or unregulated mod as it's pretty pointless as I couldn't come up with a design that was different enough so I have decided to go down the regulated route.

    I will be designing my own chassis and will be a squonk mod similar in size to the Lost Vape Therion, before I order the parts I need I just wanted confirmation about the wiring.

    It almost looks too easy unless I am missing something?:
    • 1: positive from DNA to 510
    • 2: negative from DNA to negative 510 terminal.
    • 3: positive to battery positive end
    • 4: negative to battery negative end

    Is that it?
    I will photograph a dry circuit before I solder it for confirmation

    From the videos I've seen it looks like I don't need any other components other than:
    • DNA75c + screen & mount.
    • 16 AWG wire red & black.
    • Copper or stainless battery strip & negative piece. (though I might see if I can fit in a sled)
    • 510 squonk pin assembly (I already have)
    • Magnets (I already have)
    • Squonk Bottle.
    • and maybe a ribbon for the battery if I can find a way to fix it.

    I will print the rest, though I am open to button suggestions.

    So based on the above have I made any stupid errors?

    Jumping into the deep end as it's my first self built mod but fairly confident, though experience advice is always welcome.

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. nwhornet

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    Give Rob @stealthvape a pm or email or FB if you're not 100%. Or Stu might be quicker.
     
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  3. Vapaneezer Scrooge

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    Thanks.
    I had my basket full from Modmaker but Stealthvapes have a lot more choice, especially actuators as I was iffy about cheapening the look with 3D printed ones, dagnammit - back to shopping basket filling :)
     
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  4. nwhornet

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    Check the new anodised buttons
     
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    That was the first thing that caught my eye, deffo going into my basket. :)

    Cheers, not heard of them before so off to take a nose around.

    Anyone spotted a flaw in my plan before I check out my basket?
     
  7. nwhornet

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    Short arms & deep pockets
     
  8. stealthvape

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    That's it. Super easy to build :) Here to help if you need it though
     
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  9. Vapaneezer Scrooge

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    Ordered - looking forward to designing my own enclosure :)
     
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    Thanks, let us know how you get on :)
     
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