How to Build a Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer - Tutorial Video

This tutorial video will walk you through the step-by-step process of building a rebuildable dripping atomizer, also referred to as an RDA 

On this episode of Myxed Up TV we take you to Myxed Up Creations Denver, Colorado location where Todd shows you how to build a rebuildable dripping atomizer using a Patriot three post model RDA, the KangerTech organic cotton and pre-built coils, all built on a Kanger KBox digital 40watt box mod. You can optionally use an Eleaf voltage Ohmmeter to build from and to test your mod with after the build, but it is not necessary for the build.


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Video Transcript 

Hey this is Todd at Myxed Up Creations and today we’re going to show you how to build a rebuildable dripping atomizer.  Today I’m going to be showing you a Patriot three post model.  The KangerTech organic cotton and pre-built coils.  And I’m going to build them for my K Box Digital 40watt.  We’re also going to be using an Eleaf voltage and ohm reader, but it’s not necessary for the build.  
So now we’re going to assemble our Patriot three post RDA.
Go ahead and screw him into the top here of my battery and we’re just going to do this just so he has a post to hold on to, it makes it a little easier.
And we’ll go ahead with my KagerTech cotton and pre-built coils. And we’re going to go ahead and start placing these guys in.  Now remember you’re going to go from the positive to the negative, so one post to the other.  There’s one side.  And we’ll go ahead and screw down the negative post just to hold them in place.  Alright, now we’ll go to the other side and get our next coil.  And we’re going to do the same thing.  Push him through.  There we are.  Now we’ll go ahead and post him down.  Alright.  So now if you have something the size of your post, it’s easier to rotate into place if that’s how you like it, on either side.  These are all just optional things.  
And then we’ll tighten down our positive post.  And we should be pretty set there.  So all this extra, we’re just going to go ahead and clip off with a pair of wire clippers.  This is just excess, and isn’t needed anymore.  Alright, so now we have our two coils, as you can see.  Posted up in there pretty good.  Go ahead and give it a fire and see what we’re rockin’ out.  Always make sure you tighten everything down so everything fires off just right.  Got a little bit of a half fire there.  So now we’re just going to burn off any excess, and try and even these guys out as best as we can.  The closer we get them together, the better they‘ll fire together.  Looks like a good even fire for now.  
So we’ll go ahead now and move on to our cotton.  So we’ll go ahead and pull off a small strip of cotton.  Wire it up real real thin here, and then we’re going to go ahead and wire that through our individual coils.  I like to wrap my cotton in different ways, you can decide which wraps are best for you.  And I’ll tuck all this excess back in.  And there’s one side you can see pretty much cottoned out.  And one side without.  It’s important that you don’t fire off the coils right now.  You wouldn’t want to burn your cotton without any good wick on there.  So as you can see, I’m just going to pull some cotton out here.  Roll it up real nice and neat.  And then do the same thing again.  We’ll go ahead and push this through here.  Shouldn’t be too tough, you should be able to do this with your bare hands.  If you’ve got to much cotton it might be a little bit more difficult.  Same wrap this time on the other side.  And the same thing, we’ll tuck in any excess, or you can rip off if you have to much.  It’s completely up to you.  
Alright, now once we have all that tucked in, we look good to go.  All of our posts are nice and tight.  And we fire tested before hand to burn off any of the excess.  So now that we have both of our coils wrapped in there real nice, we’re going to go ahead and prime the coils with the juice.  And you can use any juice that you like.  We’ll just go ahead and start to soak the coils and the cotton.  Alright, now we’re all juiced up, we’ll give it a little test fire here, and there we go.  And there you have it folks.  Replace your rebuildable atomizer top, and you’re ready to go.
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