Like many model railroaders and other hobbyist, I do a fair amount of work on my workbench and in the course of that, I solder.
Soldering makes fumes of course, and they are not good for you, on top of the fact that it makes it that much harder to know when your better half has baked cookies or similar delights.
Starting track work builds again made me realize just how nasty solder smoke is and I resolved to do something about it.
I've got a nice little iron, a Hakko 888 so when I when looking for something to handle the smoke, Hakko was on my list.
I ended up with a FA-400 which you can setup as in the picture, or rotate it and place face down so you get a higher suction from the vents at the bottom of it
Activated replaceable charcoal filter and less than $100 on Amazon, delivered. I bought some spare filters while I was at it.
With this running, soldering is great - no smell, no fumes to inhale. It's really helped me re-find the pleasure in building track at the bench.