Here are some tissue box covers so you can stay healthy in style! This was designed around a 'Puffs' brand tissue, with box size 115x115x130mm.
Please follow these instructions to print correctly:
- To print as a tissue box cover, you need to print the lid.stl with one of the other Style.stl files, which are the different cube bodies. Align the files to origin within your slicer, with the lid on the build surface.
- Print the lid.stl part with default printing, or you can have exposed infill as I did, etc.
- Print the Style.stl with vase/spiral mode and zero top/bottom layers. I increased my extrusion width to 1mm for a more rigid box. Even with a 0.4mm nozzle it's possible...vase mode is generous!
In Simplify3D I use a separate process for both parts. They can be printed together, or print the Lid.stl first, then print the second part on top of the lid part as a separate print.
If you just want a regular container without the tissue slot, you can ignore the lid.stl and just print a style.stl on it's own with zero top layers and you desired bottom thickness. Vase mode is still recommended, but you can also just print with 0% infill and 0 top layers to get a hollow part that way.
Happy printing! Consider leaving a tip if these prints bring you joy :)