Stainless steel mesh has several weaving methods
2. Twill Weaving: Each warp crosses each upper and lower wefts, and each weft crosses the upper and lower yarns in a weaving manner. For example: Twill stainless steel net
3. Density Weaving: The diameters of the warp and weft yarns are different, and the number of meshes is also different. The feature is that the warp and weft yarns are dense, thin and fine. The warp is in the length direction and the weft is in the width direction. The dense pattern net is divided into mat-type net plain weave and mat type net twill weave.
4. T-net twill weaving: Each of the two cross-threads crosses over two wefts, and each weft crosses over each of the two wires.
5. Double Wire Dutch Weaving: This type of weaving is very similar to the Dutch twill weave. There are two weft threads that can be stacked tightly against the warp threads. This silk cloth is mostly used to filter micron-scale filtration.