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You need a little more help because your family did an excellent job hiding the tools from you

You need a little more help because your family did an excellent job hiding the tools from you

We think you should go back and look at option #1 before you throw in the towel on this.

If you simply don’t have the time to make one, we get that too. We made some all acrylic stands that are ready to ship, depending on demand we will make more. If these don’t work, fill at the form at the bottom and we can build one to your specifications.

“Off the Rack” Sneeze Guards

Custom Made Sneeze Guards

If the off the shelf option won’t work in your workspace, please download the form, add y=the details of your request and email it to tpeterson@deckelmoneypenny.com

People say you’re handy and you also have a saw

People say you’re handy and you also have a saw

Material List

Click on the download link below to download a PDF construction drawing.

Do it Best (coming soon)Lowe’sHome DepotAce Hardware (coming soon)
28″ x 30″ x .08″ Clear Acrylic28″ x 30″ x .08″ Clear Acrylic24″ x 48″ x .08″ Clear Acrylic28″ x 30″ x .08″ Clear Acrylic
(2) 1″ x 2″ x 96″ Primed Pine(2) 1″ x 2″ x 96″ Primed Pine(2) 1″ x 2″ x 96″ Primed Pine(2) 1″ x 2″ x 96″ Primed Pine
(12) #8 x 1 1/4″ Flat Head Screws(12) #8 x 1 1/4″ Flat Head Screws(12) #8 x 1 1/4″ Flat Head Screws(12) #8 x 1 1/4″ Flat Head Screws
(2) 8″ x 24″ Finished shelves(2) 8″ x 24″ Finished shelves(2) 8″ x 24″ Finished shelves(2) 8″ x 24″ Finished shelves
Our drawing uses the acrylic available from Lowe’s and Home Depot for the primed pine and shelves.
So, you’re not very handy, but you have a drill and a ruler

So, you’re not very handy, but you have a drill and a ruler

Material List

Do It BestLowesHome Depot Ace Hardware
#14 Zinc Chain#14 Zinc Chain#14 Zinc ChainComing Soon
1″ S Hook1″ S Hook1″ S Hook
Acrylic SheetAcrylic SheetAcrylic Sheet
Here is your shopping list. Each item is linked to the correct item in each Hardware store. Our drawing is based on Lowe’s materials, so use the 3″ from side edge and 3/8″ top edge dimensions

How to Make a Sneeze Guard

How to Make a Sneeze Guard

Our team had been working all day.

We were designing and producing the items required to keep our office and our warehouse locations safe as our home state of Kentucky launched the Healthy at Work initiative: signs on entrances, physical distancing way-finding and navigation, temperature and hand sanitizer checkpoints, and shields. I was waiting to pick up the family dinner, and while I was in line, my new internal imaginary air traffic controller was deftly reviewing safe distances. “7 feet from you, check… at least 8 feet from you, check… uh… wait, I’m not ready that.” I had noticed that I was standing in front of a contraption of clear acrylic, glue, and good intentions which was looming over me from on top of the glass display case counter. Picture a large plexiglass panel with two random sized feet, both splayed at odd angles. I promise you that I could see it slowly leaning to the left like a September freshman at a keg party. This was the restaurant’s answer to the nationwide calls to set up sneeze guards at customer-facing junctures of stores in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. To their credit, I doubt that any airborne germs passed between the customers that day. I also realized that they were much better at dinner, than temporary structures, which is what my team excels at. The next morning, I asked our team how they would build such a shield if they didn’t have access to the materials and tools we have. They came up with two great plans, that are both functional, use as few tools as we could imagine, and designed to be kept clean and safe: they are listed below:


Was the first paragraph too long, and you didn’t read it?

I understand. Here are the links: