Fume Extractor is probably a bit of a misnomer as all it really does is to accelerate the fumes away from your workspace while soldering.
I had an old ip camera type mount that uses a standard 1/4 20 camera tripod type bolt on the top. I just threaded it directly into a hole in the base of the fan holder.
This is for an 80mm fan
The holes on the little funnel might be a bit on the small side, so you may need to ream them out with a drill bit. I used some M5 machine screws directly into the hood piece to hold it all together.
I Added a little 12 volt wall wart and a spst latching button switch with a 12.7mm hole.
Used it last night and it really helped to keep the soldering fumes from going right up my nose.
You do need to keep it a bit close to the work piece in order for it to function
If you really value your health and safety, you might want to search for other ones that actually hook up to a vent tube that would take the fumes completely away.
Pretty basic print. Nothing fancy.