Like I mentioned previously, I've used packaging and
duct tape to reinforce the boxes for this little project. I've actually
managed to use up a whole 2-inch wide roll just to wrap the edges and
reinforce the seams. I've also used 4 1/8" diameter 1-inch bolts with
washers to secure the fan mount to the bottom of the main part of the
booth comes in two parts (I actually didn't plan this, but, I got the
idea while I was rummaging through the extra boxes I had left). The main
and top part tapers down to the bottom where the fan is mounted;
the bottom part is simply constructed with a "catch" where the main
part would sit. I've made a hole at the lower part of the box, and that
is where the flexible hose would stick in.
of the spray booths I've seen so far have fans mounted vertically, on
the back of the booth. Since I do have very limited space, and I mostly
spray downwards or at a downward angle, I thought it best to have the
fan bottom mounted and draw air downwards, into the second part and out
you have it! A cheaper spray booth. The only significant cost for
this the fan, and considering I've used up an entire roll of it, the
duct tape. I've tested it and it works like a charm, so well I didn't
really smell any of the fumes until much later.
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