Record shelf – Whether you are a long time collector of vinyl or you have recently discovered a love for the record album, find a place to store large vinyl albums cause little difficult, unless you build storage itself. Due to the weight of the vinyl sheet, vinyl typically stores on shelves that are designed to keep the books or other heavy items. All shelves for vinyl storage must be at least 30 cm (12 inches) wide to fit the post. Liquid shelves are typically not able to carry enough weight to support record albums.
Make a record shelf, Measure the height, width and depth of the area where you want to place your bookshelf unit with a tape measure. Use a circular saw to cut two pieces of 5 to 30 cm (2 by 12 inch) board to the correct height for your bookshelf. Pull 10 cm (4 inches) from your original width measurement. Cut the top and bottom table for your bookshelf for this measurement. Glue four pieces together to create a box using wood glue.
Measure the inside width of your shelf. Rip 1.2 by 2.4 meters (4 by 8 foot) sheet of plywood in 30 cm (12 inches) wide shelves. Make each shelf equal length to the inside width of the bookcase. Cut pieces twice as many as there are shelves. Glue two of the shelf plywood pieces together. Make the edges of the shelves plumb and flush. Drill small holes along the long edges of your shelf every 30 cm (12 inches) on one side. Do not drill all the way through. Screw the boards together. Repeat the process until you have created the desired number of record shelf for your bookcase.