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Great idea and beautiful design which could even be used as interior room dividers. With a slight modification the need for screws in the acrylic panel could be eliminated. Cut a slot in the frame pieces wide enough for the acrylic to fit in, then assemble the frame around the acrylic panel. The panel would "float" in the slot and flex slightly to help prevent cracking if the panel is bumped or if the panel expands/contracts as temperature changes.Again, excellent idea.
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Thanks for the great idea. I hadn't thought of coffee beans for my coffee addict friends. A few years ago I made an "emergency chocolate" case for my sister who is a chocoholic. I found a large rectangular candy bar that was only about 1/4" thick. I cut a piece of 1/4" plywood the same size as the candy. I then carefully unwrapped the candy bar and used the paper to wrap the plywood. I then had a "chocolate" candy bar that wouldn't spoil. I built a case that was sized for the candy. I added a small wooden hammer (normally used for cracking crab/lobster shells) and attached it to the case using a small chain. I don't have any pictures but maybe others can come up with other uses for your Instructable. By the way I did give her the chocolate in a ziplock bag.