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expanded metal[ik′spand·əd ′med·əl]
An alloy which has expanded following cooling and solidification.
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The metal network formed from sheet metal by cutting a pattern of slits, followed by pulling the metal into a diamond pattern; used as metal lath for plaster, as reinforcing in concrete, and for making screens.
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metal lath having an open mesh formed by slitting metal sheet; made in various patterns and metal thicknesses, with either a flat or an irregular surface.A type of
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