Have you ever been soldering and thought, "These fumes can't be that great for me."  Me too.  Never one to take up extra outlets, I decided to throw a super cheap little fan together.  I'm sure you can make 1,000 different variations of this thing, so be creative and have fun!

P.S. This is my first instructable, so please pardon the garbled text and blurry images.

Step 1: Parts Needed (Or at Least the One's I Used)

This is a very simple project, and being so man different parts can be used. 

Here's a list of what I used:

1. Fan out of dead power supply (120mm I believe)

2. 6v Lantern Battery

3. Soldering Iron and Solder

4. Hot Glue and Gun

5. Diagonal Cutting Pliers

6. Toggle(On/Off) switch from lantern that the 6v battery came from.

7.  Wire Strippers
can we use another batteries for this? I mean, like 9v.. is it have specific effect?
Looks good, but the fumes stay in the room... L
Haha, well maybe I'll rename this...Placebo Fan. I'm sure the amount you actually inhale is significantly reduced.
<br /> Yea, if you don't want it in your eyes or up your nose. Be useful for cooling things down too.<br /> <br /> L<br />

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