Half Hat AND Sunglasses Invisible Shelf
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So... I added an additional "shelf" for sunglasses so you can keep your favorite hat and sunglasses together, and also test out different combos of hats and sunglasses without a mirror! Added some additional support for the hat shelf as I started to notice that the shelf for the hat started to sag, and although it was still holding up fine, I want to see it hold even better.
I am open to all design remixes and improvements!
This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/9drecrhaLc4
HOT TIP: The fitting of the shefl into the Tslot is super snug. I suggest getting your exacto knife and running through the slots just to make sure that the shefl gets in there.
get two screws (holes are 3mm)
mount to your choice of wall, closet or wherever
push the half-circle-rectangle-long-thingy into the bottom opening of the bracket
fold chosen hat inwards toward brim
shelf the hat on the "Half-Hat Invisible Shelf"
shelf matching sunglasses onto the lower shelf
take pictures and share them here and everywhere!
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