I bought this wax vape today (BTW, not at VapePartsMart.com, they just had the best images to use):
My little Yocan Hive 2.0 is a great little vape kit because it contains a tank for ejuice (Yocan calls it oil) and a wax tank. It is not much larger than the stoner's favorite lighter. The down side is, if you are relaxing at home, the Hive needs to be re-charged frequently. The Evolve Plus, is a wax only vape device. The coil/wax chamber is quite large having dual quartz coils. The diameter is about that of an American nickel and it is about 50% taller than a Bic. The battery is more than twice the size and power of the Hive.
For chillin' at home and hanging out at OG, It is awesome. I filled it right after I bought it a about 4:00 PM today (5.5 hours ago) and it is still going, no refill, no charge. I don't know how expensive your local vape shops are, but online at the name on the pics, this is listed @ $38.00 and is the cheapest I found for it online. My local shop, it was $25.95 out the door. (Oops, I lied, it needs to be filled now.)
We've been using the Hive around here for about 2 weeks. My kid and his woman used his and I, mine. The small chamber of the Hive doesn't give a coughing hit. It is too small and only has one coil. I wasn't prepared for how huge a hit this beggar was going to give me. It was so smooth, I never saw it coming. I thought I was going to burst a blood vessel in my head from coughing! A bit later, I handed it to my kid and told him to take it easy, it really hits big. It draws so smoothly, he may have thought I was kidding, or that it only did that with the first hit, because he ignored me went through the same kind of coughing fit I had.
Just thought you'd be interested since you seem to be thinking of getting started in rosin. It comes with an extra coil/chamber and a dab spoon.
@99PerCent, interesting choice of words. As a machinist in the medical device industry, in my experience, affordable and easy are words not often associated with titanium. I don't know what you are making, but I do know titanium.
It is one of, if not the, most expensive of industrial metals. Titanium is what makes catalytic converters so expensive. Unless you can find someone that has small scrap pieces or tubing ends, don't expect that to be "extremely affordable".
If you are not going to be machining the tubing in any way, ignore the next paragraph.
I hope you are not going to do any more than drill some good size holes in the titanium, because it is real bitch to machine. It makes loud squealing sounds when it is cutting good, like trying to machine glass pane dry, so it makes it difficult to tell when the tool is about to break, and it will, often. If you do any kind of material removal with it, use high spindle speeds and something to cool the cut like cold running water from a hose. It is going to sound horrible. Buy solid carbide tools to cut it. Especially if you are just drilling tiny holes.