Hey guys, I had a little time on my hands over the weekend since I have to paint outdoors and the weather was crappy here in Texas so I was thinking about building my own tabletop spray booth. I thought I'd share what I came up with to get some feedback from you guys on whether or not you think it will work for small scale painting. I did not attach a fan or filter yet but you can see the locations where they will go. Filter under the pegboard and exhaust fan underneath with a square of hardware cloth separating the two. I added 1/4" square dowels to allow some air passage between the filter and floor as well as between the pegboard and filter. Units are all in inches as it is what I'm used to. This will all most like sit on a custom frame since the fan will extrude underneath and ducting from the base of the booth down and out through a wall would be no more than 3-4 feet. Anyway, please let me know what you think and I could use any help on a type of fan to use here. I know centrifugal exhaust fans are ideal but I am also trying to keep cost down. I added a couple of renderings and a pdf of the shop drawings (with dimensions) in case they are useful to anyone wanting to build it. Thanks in advance guys!