Both handles (tail, and no-tail) are included.
My scissors broke while I was giving myself a quarantine haircut.
I scanned the broken part and whipped up a new one in Fusion360.
To print, put in a pause so you can put in the metal when it's flush with the top of the walls. (like in the photo)
When the print pauses, lay down some cloth so you won't scratch your build plate, and hold the metal so it doesn't fall out while your printer prints over it to seal it in.
Fusion360 file included so you can mix it up to fit your own scissors.
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