Originally Posted by pvsprme
Wavester; what size is that? Cost?
Osseous; nice woek, can you see a downside to using 2" wide material? I'm thinking it would reduce labor, less passes & weaves?
2" would work OK on a long, straight run.... less so on a shorter section or one with uprights to weave around. Here's why- Each time you make a turn around a frame section, you have to traverse to the next path- and that traverse is equal to the width of the webbing. If you're going around an upright frame section, this can be even further that you have to travel to get to the correct position for that pass of webbing. At some point the webbing starts to twist and refuse to lay flat. I'd say there's a direct correlation between the length of a run and the width of webbing you could use to achieve that run. Short segment- narrower webbing. Long segment- wider webbing.