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How to oxidate mesh
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How to oxidate mesh
hi,

İmage





SEE HERE

Today I come here to present you a tutorial on how oxidize your mesh.


material:

water
Mesh (stainless steel)
syringe
torch
Kitchen towels
Liquid of your choice

But look at (How to)

cheers,

05/10/12 01:22 PM
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RE: How to oxidate mesh
There is already a fair amount of videos on this subject Big Grin

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RE: How to oxidate mesh
But it always nice to have another one Smiling

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RE: How to oxidate mesh
I oxide and the mesh before rolling it

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RE: How to oxidate mesh
Hi, is there any real benefit to oxidising prior to rolling ? As I would have thought the rolling process would disengage some of the carbon ?
Just a thought and not that I've tried it.
10/10/12 09:03 PM
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Re: How to oxidate mesh
Good video Smiling

Flaming before rolling works great IMO.

Thanks for sharing.

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I shall give it a whirl and see Smiling
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RE: How to oxidate mesh
I always flame before rolling, much easier I think to roll. Also I give the end of the wick (where the coil goes) a good sooting with a candle flame. I have never had a hot spot since doing this.
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RE: How to oxidate mesh
I tried today making my own hybrid wick, seems I made it too lose as it doesn't produce much vapor, no hotspots thouh, so coil got right. But wick might be too loose inside the mesh roll...I didn't torch the mesh, just used a lighter, could this be the cause?
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RE: How to oxidate mesh
Great video, thanks mate. I think my next step is going to be genesis type, especially with all the fuss around wick lately.

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