I have "a lot" of string instruments, so I needed a solution to hang them, no free wall available. I thought of a mobile "wardrobe" and self-made hangers, a piece of hardwood with a hole for the rail, and a pair of pins (steel with rubber coating) that would fit into a few holes in that little plank. Cheap, but quite some work, even in my fully equipped workshop. I saw these Millenium hangers and ordered 20 of them, enough for the 2.5m long rail. They are great, even though I might shorten a few to gain space below the instruments, where I will store my pedals (a few dozen). I will check the diameter of the steel wire used for the hangers, and, if possible, I will cut one, make it a bit shorter and thread it, after which I will rejoin both parts with a junction nut. Note that I still have to make the rail stand, a 250x45cm board on 5 wheels (one in the middle, given the length), an edge profile formed from hardwood, two 145cm high aluminium profiles and 2.5m galvanised plumbing pipe (3/4") should do the trick. Some triangular foot pieces and black paint (epoxy for the pipe and profiles) should finish the job.