I give you an idea how to use any kitchen aspirator's carbon filter for 3d printer's exhaust cleaning.
If you can buy the same filter (shown on a picture), just download, print and assemble all the parts. If not, you can use parts 1 and 2 to make an adaptor for any filter you have.
All dimensions are tight, so I recommend to print firstly Part 1, check the dimensions of your print, then scale up in slicer Part 2 according to your filament's shrinkage.
I used for Part 1 PLA so there was no shrinkage at all. For Part 2 in ABS I scaled dimensions up 1%.
Assembly of parts 2 and 3 will demand some gluing.
Also you'll have eight 4x30 mm bolts to attach Part 1 on the printer.
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