The welding wire mesh is composed of two orthogonal metal wires, which are connected together at their intersection by a resistance welding process to form a grid. Use the template to guide the wires of the grid through the welding machine. The machine places the crossed wires in place and fuse them together to form two unique planes, thus forming a welded wire mesh.
At Wire, we currently use six fully automatic CNC mesh machine and two CNC fixture welders, allowing us to produce according to your exact requirements. The drawing size can be up to 132 inches wide and 240 inches long (depending on the mesh spacing). The line spacing and diameter configurations are almost endless, which makes us a top manufacturing partner for custom welded wire mesh.
Below in the next few sections of this page, you will find basic knowledge and more detailed information about welded wire mesh, as well as topics to consider when ordering specifications. Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to solve any problems for you.
How Does Wire Mesh Machine Makes Welded Wire Mesh?
Have you ever been curious about the manufacturing method of welded mesh? Watch this video to realize curiosity.
Lines (also called long lines) are arranged on the template to set the panel width spacing. The cross wires are fed into the hopper and programmed to drop onto the wires one at a time. Then, resistance-weld the cross wire to the position where the length of the panel is set. The panel advances after welding, and the process starts again.
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