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Make your DIY Fume Extractor If you Solder a Lot (or not) [Project]
posted November 17 2014 14:17.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Just to remind everyone how important is to have a fume extractor when doing soldering works, here is a step-by-step video tutorial how to make a simple dual 120mm PC Fan Fume Extractor on the cheap. Do not forget to add the LED strip on top for some extra light!


 
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