I wanted some curved, sloping dividers for my mini drawers so I could put lots of varieties of little screws and stuff in there and still be able to pluck them out easily. This design achieves that by basically printing a sine wave. Some extra math is thrown in to flatten out the bottom of the bins in a configurable way.
Thanks to polymaker's 2D graphing library for making this design quick and easy to make.
Unless you're making some crazy thick dividers, set infill to zero and your slicer's walls to one nozzle-width. Set the thickness in the customizer to three times your nozzle width. That way the printer will just gracefully outline the form over and over, instead of making a ton of tiny little infills that end up as strings and boogers all over your print.