Make a desktop fume extractor. via instructables
This desktop air purifier / soldering fan is a great project – it integrates some electronics, woodworking and general tinkering. Not to mention it’s a great desk accessory, perfect for removing any odors in the air, or for when soldering.
The unit is compact and lightweight and you could bring it with you anywhere – place it on your desk at the office, use it in your car, or anywhere the air needs a little freshening up! Not to mention, if you turn the air purifier around, then you have your very own desktop fan, pretty cool.
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