Update: I have added a single container for 60x50 wipes. Print at 4 layer wall thickness for a solid construction with no infill on a 0.4 nozzle
I'm always reaching for a wipe to clean my glasses but never put them in a decent container (I usually just use the cardboard box they come in). Well this Thingi both holds single sachets (80x40mm) and provides a lidded disposal rear section. I'll add a container for double sachets and just a single version without disposal when I have time.
The lid isn't hinged or fixed to the main body, that's so you can move it over the front section and tip it upside down to empty the used wipes from the rear.
Sketchup file shows some floor errors, I'll tidy these up but the file slices perfectly and prints brilliantly.
Note: If you select 3 perimeter (wall) count then you'll have a solid construction with no need for infill. That's because I designed the main body to be 2.4 thick, with a .4 nozzle and wall thickness set to 3, the inner and out walls print together with no infill needed and this makes for a very strong box. It also takes a little while to print at 0.12 height! If time is an issue try 0.2 and 2 layer thick walls as I have found this gives more than good enough results.
I used a brim and have printed these at both 0.12 and 0.2 (3 layer walls and 2 layer walls respectively) and both give great results