We designed this simple print to convert the standard Stanley or retracting knife blade into a handy print removal tool. If your printing onto a tape bed then you will know how some parts are too fragile or have a difficult lip / skirt to get under. This tool gives you loads of control to apply lots of pressure but in a controlled way.
You need to take care with the blade. Many people use some kind of spatula, however you don't really have much control. We tested this and it works great for small and larger parts where you need to start working an edge.
We recommend you don't make this if your at school unless your able to do this attended by an adult.
First Dull the blade with emery paper and ensure the ends are in the correct orientation. If it seems like it doesn't fit, flip the blade over as their is only one way this fits. Ensure you have knocked the thumb tools onto the ends well before use and always keep downward pressure with both hands, in a forward and rocking motion. this tool works really well, however we accept no liability for injury. Go carefull!
Build recommendation as per Cura shot. Build on its side with max layer 0.1. Min Fill %30.