Advantages and disadvantages of the narrowest width principle in Gabion box production
The Gabion box is assembled by folding the mesh, and the Gabion manufacturer always follows the principle of the narrowest width of the mesh in the production of the mesh. Why is this why?
Gabion series products mainly include Gebin cage, green beach mat, Renault cushion, Gubin cage, etc. They are all assembled from Gabion sheets. The assembly of the mesh will involve a problem in one direction, and before assembly. Mesh production must take this into account.
For example, the manufacturer received an order to produce 1000 cages of 2*1*1m. The program is divided into mesh weaving and cage assembly and packaging. The mesh size can be determined to be 2*4m, but is it made 4 meters wide and 2 meters long when the tissue is woven, or is it 2 meters wide and 4 meters long? In principle, there are two options. However, in the production, the principle of the narrowest width is chosen for the purpose of saving manpower and material resources.
The main reasons are as follows:
1 can reduce the number of springs, reduce the working surface, reduce the waste of materials when debugging the wire;
2 reduce the workload of the piece.
Advantages: As mentioned above, it can save manpower and material resources, which is the main reason why Gabion manufacturers do this.
Disadvantages: When the cage is relatively long, the mesh made of the mesh with the narrowest width is folded into a cage. Since the weaving direction becomes the length of the cage, the direction perpendicular to the weaving becomes high, at the height. The direction of the Internet box basically has no support, and there is a problem that it is easy to collapse.
Summary: The principle of the narrowest width to follow in Gabion production is right or wrong. At present, no one has raised any objection, nor has any drawings designed to specify the direction of the net flower. We will only wait and see in the actual application.
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