A pop filter for your Blue Snowball mic.
The shield itself is a used dryer sheet.
Since this is parametric, you could theoretically use this on other mic stands with some experimentation.
If it doesn't fit, try removing the build plate adhesion settings from your slicer.
I sandwiched a used dryer sheet between the two parts and pressed them together.
Then, I trimmed the excess sheet from the edge of the pop filter. I didn't use any glue.
Original design idea is credited to the Blue Snowball Pop-Filter by JWAM. I realized after I printed that pop filter, that it didn't fit my particular mic stand. So, I measured and recreated the model in OpenSCAD with a new clip that fits my mic stand.
It took a few iterations to get the clip right. Since this is parametric, you could theoretically use this on other mic stands. When fitting the clip to the mic stand, I recommend only printing the clip module in the pop-filter.scad file. Do note that the clip print orientation will affect its strength. I've had clips perform okay with the large side down, but the same clips fail when printed with the clip entrance face up. Since the final product will be printed with clip entrance faced up, I recommend experimenting in that orientation.