Enhancing workshop air quality is a sympathy toward everybody—who needs to take in all that sawdust? So anything we can do to expel clean and particulates from the air is a stage in the right bearing.
This DIY air channel is produced using a 20-creep box fan, plywood, and two 20-crawl air channels. Through and through it’ll cost you under $50 in materials.
YouTuber Jack Houweling began this venture by expelling the casing from the fan and building a plywood outline around it.
The casing holds the fan set up and makes a space to slide the channels. He formed an expansion handle from a bit of pipe and slice a wood dial to kill the fan on and.