Vinyl Record Shelf

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Introduction: Vinyl Record Shelf

A shelf to store your vinyl records for less than 5 €
( Me, she even costed me nothing at all, 100% recovery)

Well, it will take 3 or 4 vinyl sacrifice !

Step 1: What You Need

board pallet
screw

equerre metal

vinyl record

painting

Sandpaper

Step 2: Structure of the Shelf

Sand and cut the boards according to the dimensions you want to have

Step 3: The Body Frame

After assembly with screws and equerres , I put a little gray paint to have an agreement with our finishing salon.

Step 4: Reccord Vinyle

To bend the disc. It must be heated .
I use a heat gun , as I slowly pass at the crease . By blocking out the disc , we get to make regular fold. Be careful not to overheat the same place , otherwise the vinyl will quickly begin to melt.

Step 5: Finish

Then I drilled discs to fix on the board.
(I think I'll have a little strengthening drives because they tend to fold when it stores the other drive)

(Sorry for my very bad english)

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    6 Discussions

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    Meglymoo87
    Meglymoo87

    4 years ago

    LOVE this idea and the clarity of the 'ible. Great job!

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    kaned
    kaned

    4 years ago

    I made some improvement.

    By folding a thick sheet metal 15/10e mm to reinforced discs, i can put more record on each level.

    Adding also a disc in the lower part to block the other record .

    Capacity: 60 records

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    steampunkpotato
    steampunkpotato

    4 years ago

    Don't let stewie Griffin see the top album xD

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    rafununu
    rafununu

    4 years ago

    Very good idea and smart design. Unfortunately I cannot make it, none of my LPs deserves to be broken.

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    M3G
    M3G

    4 years ago

    Great work!