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By understanding their basic structure, it is easy to see their functional advantages. The woven wire mesh links but the loose structure allows for a lot of bending, twisting and pulling without breaking - if you have grazing livestock to accommodate a perfect design. In some types of woven agricultural enclosures, the vertical line is a continuous line. This allows a very strong and safe mesh to hold together well under pressure. The "chain" fence is another type of woven mesh, which is an unfortunate disadvantage. As long as each link is strong, this fence is only completely effective. Once cut, this form of fence will become irrelevant and inefficient is only a matter of time.
The welded wire fence has a strong and inflexible structure and is ideal for a strong and clear barrier. When cutting, the wires do not begin to unravel each other. The disadvantages of this type of fence can be seen with the introduction of pressure, such as livestock that require a tilted column or any type of vehicle collision. If a weight is applied, the welded wire fence is difficult to bounce back into shape. It may be permanently deformed and needs to be replaced." fence, it's probably more helpful to think of it more as a comparison, because both have certain advantages. The intersections of these wires are spot welded to form a sheet. However, weaving fences are created by a completely different and much more complex process. Using machinery, the wires are loosely twisted into a soft spiral, each overlapping at the end. Through rapid twisting, the links are permanent and form a unique "zigzag" diamond.