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The SnapBox is a small storage container that can be 3D printed on the International space station. The purpose of the containers is to store small items such as screws or nuts on the space station. It has been designed with two containers and two lids that can snap together and form a tower of containers. The containers also have flat surfaces on the sides so Velcro can be applied and the containers can be connected horizontally. The containers also have a divider in the middle that can be used to separate items if needed. In the picture of the assembled box, the lids to the containers are shaded darker gray so it is obvious which parts are the lids.
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