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My design allows for a small 3D printed bread box to be printed and assembled to store the astronaut's personal freeze dried food. The design can be printed in two sections, the base, then the smaller components. The box can then be easily assembled and used for storage purposes. The container would work best in a atmosphere with greater gravity, but can also work on space stations if it is secured to a surface by use of screws or bolts. The box may only have a limited storage capacity, but it is large enough to store one or more bags of food and can allow for an astronaut' personal storage.
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