Shared by Dehapro on Thingiverse:
Most 3d printers come with a snipper/flush cutter.
3D makers out there, like you, knows that using snipper/flush cutter is dangerous. Not only that but also to clean up the flung supports is a pain in the neck.
Disclaimer : Protective eye cover is still recommended to be used with this protector. It is mainly designed to reduce the mess of flung supports.
This model is Print-In-Place and snaps onto the snipper’s hinge pin. Fits a normal snipper that comes with a 3d printer.
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