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  • Laser cut soldering air purifier

    Hello thank you for the input. Can you recommend any affordable filters that will handle this type of work? Well the project is made for a lab environment where the alternative is that the students (including me) dont use any air filtration at all. So the idea was to try and make our own. To get people using them they also need to be affordable and fancy.I'm not sure a respirator works for us, as it is not a lab environment in the sense of an electronics or engineering lab, but an electronic design lab. Design as in industrial design, or interaction design. So people there do other work than working on electronics. We cannot have everybody wearing masks around the building all the time. I have attached some images of my table last year. So you get a sence of which kind of lab I am talki...see more »Hello thank you for the input. Can you recommend any affordable filters that will handle this type of work? Well the project is made for a lab environment where the alternative is that the students (including me) dont use any air filtration at all. So the idea was to try and make our own. To get people using them they also need to be affordable and fancy.I'm not sure a respirator works for us, as it is not a lab environment in the sense of an electronics or engineering lab, but an electronic design lab. Design as in industrial design, or interaction design. So people there do other work than working on electronics. We cannot have everybody wearing masks around the building all the time. I have attached some images of my table last year. So you get a sence of which kind of lab I am talking about ;)

    Well as I write i the guide you can give the fan more input than 12v :) If you set the drop down to 12v the filter needs to be within 10-15 cm from the soldering iron to suck all the fumes in.

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  • Laser cut soldering air purifier

    Well that is what the barrel plug is for. I usually have a DC adapter with a barrel plug lying around in the lab. I might add one more picture to make this feature more clear

    Thank you very much

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