My sister nearly killed herself by inhaling epoxy fumes from a craft project she was working on. She was going to put something together herself and asked me to look at her design. It was inadequate, so I took over and built this. Nothing fancy here, but it just sucks wind. It's a plastic tote with an 8" hole in the top and a rectangle cut in the front. I used butyl tape to attach a piece of clear lexan to allow good visibility to the interior of the tote. An 8" flexible duct is attached to the top with a flange and a stainless hose clamp. There is an inline vent fan between the hood and the duct that attaches to an exterior flange. My advice: Make sure you get a fan that will move an adequate volume of air. You will notice here that there is no way to work with items within the hood. In my specific use-case, the user will place their arms under the front of the tote for access. It could be adapted to use gloves. Good luck! Stay healthy.