For the project you are working on, a "clean room" just isn't necessary, and the cost associated with building one would probably be more than the cost of the thing you are building. I was wondering if anyone on this forum have tried to make a 'DIY clean box' and if they have had any success with it? If you do want to build a 'clean box', I'd suggest cutting two 5" diameter holes in the tupperware box and gluing a couple of silicone rubber gloves into them - Biohazard cabinet style. May not be good enough for silicon fab, but it probably would be good for people with serious allergies. Those links made me laugh. If you don't have a girlfriend, one of your friends might have one. Answer 10 years ago. I've tried freezing it, hitting it, and turning it in all different orientations and nothing helps.
I've heard that you can make a makeshift cleanroom in a bathroom by running a shower for a while to clean all the dust out of the air.
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It seems. Or an other option, when you only want to store or grow things in a clean environment, you could also make something called a sterile box.
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You can make this. Obviously it would be near impossible to create a Class 10/ clean room environment but I am interested to see how 'clean' you could.
Make sure you wear proper clothing then present in the clean room. No new comments can be posted. Page 1 of 3.
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And keep in mind that overtime your filters will fill up with particles and need more pressure to keep up with the needed airflow. Score: 4Insightful. Even if it doesn't work, it would look pretty cool. Picture taken at the opening of the Paddestoelen Paradijs exhibition.
When Bill from I Heart Robotics decided he wanted a cleanroom, he did what any self-respecting maker would do -- he built one from scratch. When Bill from I Heart Robotics decided he wanted a cleanroom, he did what any self-respecting maker Idea to make a glove box for sterile environment.
But hey, I can also use it to build some other crap such as my own bootleg Pentium IV's from my basement!
A lot of it depends on how clean you want the room Take a look at pages written by those who paint their cars at home in their garages. Previous topic Next topic. Another question to ask yourself is how clean does the box or room really need to be? Build it like the russians do! I know everyone out there has thought about this at least once?
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|Isn't it more robust than that?
I would recommend talking to people who have done this before which you are trying to do ;seems there is at least some discussion [google.
I'd guess that the disc rotation causes a centrifugal fan type effect which would throw any dust approaching the surface outwards and off the edge. On the other hand, I have visions of someone trying to build a satellitte in a bottle Imagine what it takes for a class 1 clean room. The room was constructed like any other room.
I'd rather suggest a clean-box (i.e. a box with a good clean air-flow and. Learn the truth about clean room data recovery by reading common data recovery myths and their explaination. Clean Room Data Recovery Myth.
Thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat's better! Did I ever state that I wanted a freaking dustproof shelter? Score: 3Informative.
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Score: 2 by cr0sh writes: I have to agree with those around here who have recommended a "clean box" environment, rather than an entire room. Uranus jokes aside, I think the conversations will go like this: Potential Girlfriend: Wow, what's this? Anyway, just in case you are the next Werner von Braun, I wouldn't like to be remembered by history as "that guy who treated a genius rudely" I will answer your question.
For those few mechanical components, a clean-box should be more than enough, and cheap to build.