mesh weld

mesh weld

[′mesh ‚weld]
(metallurgy)
A seam weld in which the finished weld is only slightly thicker than the sheets, and the lap disappears.
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Caelum panes are constructed from steel mesh welded to a tubular frame for strength between wire and tube.
The seat units and backrests in the Olympia Nova range are made of rigid steel wire mesh welded to a tubular steel frame.
"It can be bolted on to any trolley, but my trolley is made from two expanded sheets of mesh welded together, which is lighter than a normal trolley."
Musca panels are constructed from steel mesh welded to a tubular frame and now incorporate a newly designed central tube to give the panel additional strength while reinforcing and straightening the mesh.