The Problem - Hanging System Cables Angle Toward Center of Frame
When hanging an object from two cables/rods attached to the hang wire on the rear side of a framed object, the hanging system cables will tend to angle towards the centerline of the frame. This causes an unprofessional, and unstable hanging display. See first illustration.
The Solution - Move Attachment Points
There is a simple correction that will cause the cables/rods to hang vertically - the way you might expect them to behave. Simply attach the hanging system hooks directly to the attachment points at both ends of the frame hang wire. Just allow any existing hang wire to ... well, hang (unused) behind the frame.
The framed art or photograph now has the hanging system supporting the frame nearer to the corners, resulting in better alignment, frame stability, and a professional presentation (which doesn't visually detract from the art piece). How easy is that?
Do you have framed art or photography that would benefit from an optimized art hanging system using two cables?
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This document is part of a series that were created to help optimize framed art, and other wall objects, for display via a hanging system.Hang Framed Art
Fix (Straighten) Frame Tilt
Manage Face Forward
Optimize Picture Hanging Using 2 Cables
Eliminate Teeter-Totter Frames
Hang Unframed Art