Blade Runner Analog E-Nail

Blade Runner Analog E-Nail:

The compact design for this analog e-nail was modeled, 3D printed, and assembled, in Portland, Oregon. The electronic circuit is about as simple as can be for temperature control. It uses the same “tech” that dims your house lights. The analog temperature control keeps temperatures within a decently precise range for dabbing temps when set at about half way. Find your sweet spot is normally a short and simple process of trying a few positions and letting it sit for a couple of minutes before dabbing. There is a more detailed explaination on how to get more exact #lowtemps for your next #dabsesh on the category page (CTRL+F and Type Yuri to skip to it). The unit is capable of delivering steady and convenient electric heat to the table.

Features and Specs:

  • Heats safely and reliably using the same simple electronics in your house lights
  • Case is made of safe, rugged, shock-resistant ABS plastic (same as LEGO material)
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  • Made of sustainable PLA plastic material which is a by-product of the sugar industry. PLA is recyclable and even semi-compostable (if buried in soil for a few years or so).
  • 2-year warranty included on each controller
  • XLR heating coil pin configuration: pin1=AC, pin2=AC, pin3=X, pin4=X, pin5=ground

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Blade Runner / Ennis House Analog Enail

The compact design for this analog e-nail was inspired by the repeated design (motif) in the movie Blade Runner; which was inspired by concrete castings in the Ennis House designed by the late great Frank Lloyd Wright. I modeled, 3D printed, and assembled this setup, in Portland, Oregon using a simple dimmer knob for temperature control. It uses the same “tech” that dims your house lights.

The Art Of The Sweet Spot

The only tricky part is that the amount of heat multiplies as you turn it up rather than increasing by a steady rate. This means when you get to about 3/4 it’s glowing red and way too hot. The analog temperature control keeps temperatures within a decently precise range for dabbing temps when set at about half way. Find your sweet spot is normally a short and simple process of trying a few positions and letting it sit for a couple of minutes before dabbing. There is a more detailed explanation on how to get more exact #lowtemps for your next #dabsesh on the category page (CTRL+F and Type Yuri to skip to it).

Care For 3D Printed Items

All 3D printed items must be handled with a reasonable level of care to avoid weakening and/or warping the structure. 3D FDM printing uses a layer-by-layer construction — as opposed to standard injection molding which has no layers but is one uniform piece. Any transport of 3D printed items requires sufficient padding and avoidance of stacking heavy objects on top of these items or around them without suffifient padding and/or bracing.

Please keep 3D printed items out of direct sunlight. Intense direct sunlight a very hot environment may result in slight warpage. Care should be taken to keep any 3D printed away from intense heat (over 90F) or the risk of warpage may increase. In most cases the warpage is very slight and hardly noticeable; but some caution is warranted regarding this.

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