The screw system and the clamping system are the suspension solutions offered up by Pixum. They give your Wall Art a particularly refined touch thanks to the covers with a stainless steel finish which is visible at the front. Ideal for gallery prints, the clamping system is a sensible option as the high-quality image does not have to be drilled through. However, when you hang up your wall art, you must be particularly precise with the screw system. Read here to find out how it works step by step:
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If you're using the clamping system, you must also connect the hollow screw inside the tube to the small tube, but without taking into account the wall art. Insert the long screw through the hollow screw in both systems.
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Now it is important that you work with great care. Measure the screw-to-screw distances in the screw system and transfer them exactly on to the wall. These are specified by the pre-drilled holes in the wall art. In the case of the clamping system, on the other hand, you first determine exactly where the clamping points are going to sit later on. Again, measure from screw to screw. However, since these are going to be on the side of the wall art in the clamping system, the distance corresponds approximately to the width or the height of the wall art.
Warning: The pre-positioned spacers in the clamping system and the screw system only fit when you?re hanging up the picture during this step.
Use your machine drill and drill a hole for each part of the suspension system at the height of the wall markings. Insert the supplied anchors into all of the holes. The next step depends, in turn, on the type of suspension:
Screwing system: ow hang the image on the wall by inserting the long screw that has already been guided through the hollow screw into the drill holes. Fix the screws using the drill. Insert the screw cover on the front panel.
Clamp system:Insert the assembled clamps into the drill holes using the long screws. Use the drill to drive the screws into the wall until the clamps are secure. Cover with caps afterwards.