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    That's really cool. Very nicely done.

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    A cool idea!

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    Have you considered adding a light on top and side to provide better lighting and casting fewer shadows?

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    Looks like it would be fine for filtering out paint particles, but if you are using "hotter" paints (lacquers, enamels, etc) you should still considering using a respirator for the fumes...an airbrush can spray faster than a fan like that can clear the air. I have a spray booth I made out of a surplus car radiator fan that pulls about 750cfm, and I can still smell the fumes for a few minutes after I finish painting. If you can smell it, you're breathing it in. Protect your lungs...they're likely to be the only set you'll ever have!

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