The idea for this was told to me by a friend of mine, apparently its a product already produced somewhere in the US and is used heavily by military as well as fire fighters. Being a forest fire fighter myself, I decided to design my own.
It works by emptying a tin of chewing tobacco into the container, then close it and turn the lid onto the base so that the chew will end up packed into a pie shape between the fins. Its main purpose is to pack the chew extremely tight and to do so without loudly and obnoxiously packing it with your finger.
Designed using Solidworks 2012-2013
Prints best using PLA at an extrusion temp of 230 deg C, 90mm/s extrusion speed, no HBP, 100% infill, 3 shells, and 0.2mm layer height