Instructables: exploring - technology - soldering - smoke Wed, 31 Aug 2016 09:05:40 PDT BLOX v1.01 Shark Fan (Solder Smoke Filter)
Shark Fan (Solder Smoke Filter) - More DIY How To Projects]]> AmateurHour As an electrical engineering student I've been doing a lot of soldering and was in desperate need of a fan to filter out the fumes that melted solder creates. Also being a student I didn't have much money to spend on a store bought fume extractor and while I'm pretty familiar with wood working and ...
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Sun, 5 Jun 2016 21:28:43 PDT
Mini Fume Extractor
Mini Fume Extractor - More DIY How To Projects]]> Kutluhan Hello, in this instructable i will explain how to make a mini fume extractor. This is more like an idea instead of being a guide.Things i used:1.Old not working AC 110v heater motor.2.DC motor (From old DVD)3.Small wood sticks4.Hot Glue5.Filter-Foam6.Soldering toolsSteps:1.First glue DC motor to AC ...
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Mon, 18 Apr 2016 09:56:39 PDT
FumeFan Medi, Max & Max PRO KITs Fume Extractor Assembly Instructions
FumeFan Medi, Max & Max PRO KITs Fume Extractor Assembly Instructions - More DIY How To Projects]]> hertzgamma Hi! You probably are one of the amazing people who supported our Kickstarter campaign - The fumeFan. If you missed the campaign you can find more about the fumeFan on instructable describes how to assemble your fumeFan Medi, Max or Max PRO KIT step by step.Start with getting th...
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Wed, 26 Nov 2014 10:16:29 PST
Soldering helping hands with fan
Soldering helping hands with fan - More DIY How To Projects]]> ibenkos Soldering is actually dangerous, not just that you can burn yourself but the smoke that comes from the tin is harmful.It can cause irritation to eyes, headaches, nosebleeds, dermatitis, acne, sore troth, occupational asthma and irritation to upper respiratory tracts & lungs.I found out a way to do s...
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Tue, 28 Oct 2014 08:30:21 PDT
Extreme Desoldering
Extreme Desoldering - More DIY How To Projects]]> mpilchfamily We all know how to use a Desoldering Iron, Brade, or Pump to desolder components one lead at a time. Not only is this slow and tedious, but its not much fun either. Now a heat gun makes things a little more interesting but is better suited for Surface Mounted Technology (SMT). I wanted to take thing...
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Mon, 5 Mar 2012 17:26:30 PST
Smoke & Fume Absorber
Smoke & Fume Absorber - More DIY How To Projects]]> nchip A Long History The ancient Egyptians produced lead and other important metals like gold and silver as early as 5000 BC. In the Roman era, lead was used for coinage, jewelry and other everyday items including the production of Lead pipes for the transportation of water. Remarkably, many of these wate...
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Thu, 9 Feb 2012 01:38:15 PST
Solder smoke air filter
Solder smoke air filter - More DIY How To Projects]]> CaptPikel I know how to solder. I've been avoiding it as much as possible for a long time due to the really crappy soldering iron I've had. As an early Christmas preset, my fiance bought me an Aoyue 937+ solder station. There are better but it's been the best solder station I've ever used. So I've gotten back...
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Sun, 20 Nov 2011 19:33:57 PST
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Sat, 9 Apr 2011 19:21:55 PDT
Soldering Exhaust Fan / Laptop Cooling fan
Soldering Exhaust Fan / Laptop Cooling fan - More DIY How To Projects]]> aaronc00 I was browsing through instructables the other day and found several projects which I wanted to try. But before I did I wanted to make a exhaust fan to keep solder fumes out of my breathing area.Thus the three fan array. For this project you will need: 3 12v fans Nylon Sleeving 2" of 1/4" Heat Shr...
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Mon, 21 Mar 2011 04:02:48 PDT
solder fume extractor
solder fume extractor - More DIY How To Projects]]> AMD1 I have build this smoke extractor for soldering wires, and rarely circuit boards. Since I sometimes do soldering in the field, I wanted something, light, portable, and inexpensive. disclaimer. This project utilizes tools that can be dangerous if not used properly. Always be cautions while cutting s...
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Thu, 10 Feb 2011 21:28:01 PST
Small, Effective Solder Fume Extractor
Small, Effective Solder Fume Extractor - More DIY How To Projects]]> ChromationSystems Very simple and cheap fume extractor for soldering. This extracts all the solder fumes within a12" in front if it. This is quite simple, a 120mm PC fan is attached to a stand. And has some nails placed in it to hold the carbon filter, for easy replacement. Supplies: - 120mm fan, easily scavenged -...
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Mon, 15 Feb 2010 22:12:40 PST
"Smoke blower" from PC power supply
"Smoke blower" from PC power supply - More DIY How To Projects]]> dava_2 Hi, when soldering, as you know, you have a lot of smoke. Meabe you will accidentally touch plastic and that will be very bad fell, it's stinks. My "smoke blower" i made up from old PC power supply. I take out the PCB board, unsoldered the fan, put it up side down, took an indicator LED(i conected...
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Wed, 27 Jan 2010 02:33:07 PST
Fume Extractor
Fume Extractor - More DIY How To Projects]]> Da_Fudge When you solder, you melt tin, lead & flux. Flux is there to help the solder run, or flow, but also burns toxic. Not much, but toxic is still toxic. This cheap & simple instructable will whisk away the fumes so you can work in a nice, clean environment. These retail for several hundred dollars her...
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Wed, 3 Oct 2007 04:08:56 PDT