Crispycritters wrote:

carrion4worm wrote:
You guys test away, but remember: the second you loosen the grub screws, the experiment is ruined. Be sure to use a long enough wire where you can make as many wraps as you desire, without loosening the grub screws. You can't put the wire back in " almost" the same place and expect the resistance to not change.Also, while grub screws effectively change the length of the wire, as I mentioned in the original thread " electricity follows the path of least resistance"....while grub screws/ clamps mostly stop the current, some methods of coil fastening do a better job than others.Any questions? Ask. While it may cause some here pain, I have the experience and know how, and have never steered anyone here wrong.If you have forgotten, the proper experiment is documented perfectly in the original thread, which I forget, but it is a pre made Vandy vape coils thread...Shouldn't be hard to find...EDIt: and yes, starting the experiment with a brand new, unheated wire will skew results in most occasions...a preheated, used wire is best for testing, as anyone who's even coiled a few times will recognize the resistance "settling in" as it is glowed a bit, so don't start with new wire! Once you guys have your process in order, you will repeatedly obtain the same results - which is the beauty of science! that's why it's a "Law", not a "suggestion" or "hypothesis". I've been right (like so many other users here also from that thread) all along -- you just need to catch up! Finally, You're on the right track.

All you have written is moot.

The entire argument was you claimed it is impossible to add a wrap to a coil using the excess leg length to raisde the resistance when fitted. Philip did it (with pics) on the vape porn thread, and repeated it here.

If you now claim this was not your statement and wish to PROVE it categorically just provide a link to the thread and anyone interested can read it (they won't have to read far). If you ,don't want to do that - even though you have taken the time to look up the thread and pick a selective post - please explain why.

It would still be a good idea for you to apologise to DJVillan.

First of all, since you are experiencing memory loss: DJ villan actually was the first user to say that I was correct. So did little troll Richy 7. There was never any "fight' or "argument" until you and TYLOL (or similar) started in with your erroneous terms and methodology.

How you somehow imply that a premade coil has two resistances is silly, and laughable, Admit it- you are buying premade coils, and simply using the resistance printed on the product packaging as gospel - somehow making you think there are "two" resistances, and "extra" wire...

Silliness~! There is only ONE resistance, the one of the wire as shipped, once checked! "
Never trust packaging, which it seems is Crispy's issue. This has been fun, and unfortunately, it seems the 50 pack of Vandy coils where the original 20 page Crispy error-a-thon took place has been deleted- i'll try later, after work, to find it.

My photos in this thread appeared in the original thread, so don't let anyone tell you that this wasn't the debate topic....clearly, resistance is vdetermined by length, not curls....think of a water hose, carrying water. Unless kinked (like a wire repeatedly removed and replaced under grub screws), the water flow will not change!


Your game is over, Crispy. TYLOL obviously learned, as he hasn't appeared again, but you still needlessly debate simple priciples....cuz jealousy/anger...please move on!