Make your own fume-extracting glove box

Alexander Riccio:

I timed my placeholder post brilliantly :)

The weather stripping is a fantastic idea – but it could use a heat resistant/otherwise durable surface for soldering.

Originally posted on Hackaday:

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Here’s an easy to follow guide for building your own glove box. It’s a lab tool that contains the project you’re working on to keep things in or out. For instance, we could have used this a few years back when we tried to add an acrylic window to a hard drive. Instead, we ended up putting several hours of work into a cool-looking paperweight. But it will also come in handy for chemistry experiments that generate harmful or dangerous byproducts.

The picture above tells most of the story, but [Jason Poel Smith] does include several good tips about the construction in his video. He uses weather stripping along the edges of the clear container to ensure a seal. The hose is used to provide negative pressure so that no fumes leak out. We figure adding a smaller hole on the opposite side with a charcoal filter will help…

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~ by Alexander Riccio on July 30, 2013.

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