Bandage your print removal spatula wounds and treat a plethora of other workshop maladies with this 100-piece first aid kit we found for a near four-year low on Amazon.
Did you you know that 84% of makerspace injuries are caused by people getting intimately close to their hot end? Okay, that’s not true, but regardless of quasi-believable sensational statistics, 3D printing as a hobby can have its fair share close calls when it comes to the well-being of your flesh and blood.
Who hasn’t nicked themselves with a print removal spatula, or craft knife while cleaning up a messy print?
With this in mind, we’re strapping on our safety goggles and highlighting some first aid gear for this deals post. Be Smart Get Prepared’s 100-piece First Aid Kit, to be precise.
Packing more gauze, butterfly closures and adhesive bandages than you could shake a bloodied stick at, it should cover the basic post-print-post-processing injuries just fine.
At the time of writing, it can be snagged for $8.51 on Amazon.com, approximately $5 below its 4-year average on the site.
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