In this video instructable, Matt shows how to make a solder fume extractor - a definite must if you ever do any soldering!

<p>Love it, will try this one. Thanks!</p>
<p>Hi, I've added your project to the <em style="">&quot;</em><em style="">Beginners Guide to Soldering</em><em style="">&quot;</em> Collection</p><p>This is the link If you are interested:</p><p><a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Beginners-Guide-to-Soldering/">https://www.instructables.com/id/Beginners-Guide-to...</a></p>
<p>Yep... Another collection :)</p>
<p>Hi, I've added your project to the &quot;Top 5 Best Solder Fume Extractors&quot;</p><p>This is the link If you are interested:</p><p> <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Top-5-Best-Solder-Fume-Extractors/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/Top-5-Best-Solder-...</a></p>
<p>awesome and simple...good work matey!</p>
<p>does the thickness of the carbon filter matter? I am looking for some an i only see some 1/4 inch thick. </p>
<p>Just a little smaller than mine lol. Those fans can get a bit noisy near your head. May I suggest a <a href="http://www.dx.com/p/pci-3-channel-chassis-fan-speed-controller-regulator-230510" rel="nofollow">LM317 variable regulator</a>, or a <a href="http://www.dx.com/p/pci-3-channel-chassis-fan-speed-controller-regulator-230510" rel="nofollow">desktop fan controller</a> to give you some fan speed options?</p>
<p>This looks like a great and simple extractor! I need to make one of these to try to save a few of my remaining brain cells...</p><p>Hey, just a bit of written instruction--or even a couple of steps with photos--would be an excellent addition to accompany your videos. Just a thought! :)</p>

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