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Homemade Mini Fume Extractor


BUILDER:
Marc de Vinck on makeprojects.com
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade mini fume extractor for soldering operations. Two 9-volt batteries power the 40mm, 12-volt computer fan. A 7812 voltage regulator steps the voltage down from 18v to 12v. Activated carbon filter and fan are sandwiched between two 50mm square screens. All components are housed in an Altoids tin.
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Oct 02, 2013 3:53 PM
DIYer
I've been meaning to get into Arduino stuff. This little gizmo should be part of my tool kit.
Sep 06, 2013 1:42 AM
Altair
I like compact designs like this one. Less clutter on the workbench.
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DIY Mini Fume Extractor - comment on how to build a Mini Fume Extractor - 2 comments
DIYer says:
Oct 02, 2013 3:53 PM
I've been meaning to get into Arduino stuff. This little gizmo should be part of my tool kit.

Altair says:
Sep 06, 2013 1:42 AM
I like compact designs like this one. Less clutter on the workbench.

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