This is a 3D printed display shelf for records, made from the bioplastic, PLA. Screws can be provided with a template for drilling, or you can have adhesive Command Strips.
It measures 13cm wide, 2 cm tall and 3.4cm deep. (That's about 5" x 3/4" x 1 3/8" in old money.)
There’s a smaller, ‘standard’ sized version available here on the site too.
Sticky Tab Shelves
Make sure you don’t touch the back of the shelf. If you do, clean it with alcohol or dish soap and dry thoroughly with a lint-free cloth.
Apply two sticky tabs to each shelf, arranging them side-by-side so they’re upright on the back of the shelf. Press firmly and evenly through the back of the shelf onto a hard surface for several seconds.
Remove the backing paper from both and, after lining up carefully, press firmly on your chosen spot, ensuring to only press on the back on the shelf. Press for a good 10 seconds, then leave them for a couple of hours before putting any weight on them.
Now Playing/ Spinning Shelves
Use a spirit level!
If drilling, use the included drill guide and drill according to the instructions written on it. Make sure your screw heads are 5mm from the surface of the wall and slide the shelf over the screws. It should be quite snug, but if not then you can tighten the screw a quarter turn at a time until it is.
If using Command Strips, place the strips on the back of the shelf, avoiding the holes, and press firmly against the wall for 10 seconds. Leave a couple of hours before putting anything on them, then enjoy.