Building a vinyl record storage cabinet can be an easy task without tools. This type of shelving is easy to move and very resistant. Its design allows any type of wood and the addition of dye or paint, to be applied before assembly. Place the two flat blocks Basaltic long ways (parallel to the wall) where you want your platform is. Measure the inside of the blocks to be exactly 13 inches apart. Place the first plank of wood on top of these. Both ends must have a 2-inch overhang. Two blocks of cement stand upright on top of the first vinyl record storage cabinet. Each block should be placed on the outside of the block below, measuring a distance of 28 indoor and duo; a part. Ideally, the holes of the blocks should be out; however, this is not a requirement and does not affect use. Place another board on top of these blocks and align it with the table below. Again, there should be a projection of 2 inches on each side.
Stand the last two vertical blocks in this table and aligned with the interior of the lower blocks. The inner distance should be 13 inches from the two main blocks. The direction of the holes of the blocks must be uniform, although this is not a requirement. Place the last plank on top of them, making sure it is aligned with the other. Top shelf should not be used for vinyl record storage cabinet or other heavy objects. Its use should be limited to part or other light elements. Use the bottom and middle shelves for storing disk. These shelves should be able to maintain a total of 275 to 300 vinyl records.