Hey! This thing is still a Work in Progress. Files, instructions, and other stuff might change!


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FingerArmor by florisummer Feb 5, 2015


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(This is a prototype. To help us improve, please leave your comments below. We appreciate your suggestions and feedback.)
A modified version has come out. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:692893

FingerArmor reduces your risk of injuring your fingers while using knives. Put your index, middle and ring fingers into the finger pockets, and enjoy convenient cutting/slicing with low risks. This tool is designed for the left hand (right handed users only).

This design DOES NOT GUARANTEE a risk-free cutting. Please stay alert when using knives.

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There's another version of this on thingiverse which has serrations along the bottom edge to allow for better grip. If you can't find it using general search, I think I've got it stored in my useful or food collections.

Thanks for your advice. I didn't find that thing in your collection though. We will definitely work on the grip for the update.

It must have been deleted as I know I collected it. His had a relatively flat front which curved around the index and ring finger. This made it precise and aided with printability as it could be printed shield side down. I've got one that I use from time to time. Thank you for contributing another.