Wooden Dual 18650 Box Mod
!! Before you consider using a mechanical mod or building your own mod, you should be familiar with battery safety and you should have some understanding of Ohm’s law to be safe !!
If you do not have the following tools, but still want to build your own mod, you could either visit a makerspace if you have one nearby or you can get those tools from amazon, I am going to link the needed tools during the build plan.
What you are going to need:
- A piece of wood which is roughly 20mm (0.8”) thick and at least 120mm x 64mm (4.8” x 2.5”) tall as well as a piece of wood which is about 5mm (0.2”) thick for the front and back panel. You can also use thinner wood for this, but it might get a bit too fragile if you do so.
- Saw: could be a jig saw, a scroll saw or even a coping saw
- Drill with a 4mm drill bit and a 12mm drill bit. If you do not have such a large drill bit, you can also use a smaller drill bit and a file. And if you do not have a file you can use sandpaper around a dowel or even around a pen.
- Wood glue, sandpaper, clamps
- Printer to print out the template
- Following parts from stealthvape:
That’s pretty much it. Of course if you have access to more woodworking tools like a disc & belt sander, you can use them to make it easier, but they are not required to do the job.
I provide you with the .dxf file. You can simply print them out and glue them on a piece of wood to trace the line and cut it out. If you have access to a CNC mill, you can obviously also use these files to cut out the frame on the mill.
Often you find yourself in a situation where you think that you do not have the right tools to do something, but with some creativity you can get the job done with much less tools then you might expect, it might just require some more work
Note: Some of those links are referral links, if you buy something from those links you do not have any extra costs but at the same time you support me, so I can create more build plans like this.
For now the build plans are mostly plain text, but I will add some pictures in the future, to make it easier to follow the steps.