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The thickness of the material that makes up the wall of a pipe or tube.
Warp Wire Type
The wires in wire cloth that run parallel to the length (i.e., the long side of the roll or sheet) (same as line wire) opposite is weft wire
Weft Wire (wire cloth)
(wire cloth) - The wires in wire cloth that run parallel to the width (i.e., the short side of the roll or sheet) Opposite of warp wire.
A section of pipe or tube that changes directions according to a prescribed radius to form a shape like an "elbow".
Wide Flange Beam
An I-Beam with extra wide flanges as compared to a normal I-Beam.
This characteristic identifies one dimension of an item. It is commonly used to define the width, in inches, of a McNichols sheet, plank, panel or coil item.
Wire Diameter Parallel Length
In wire mesh, the wire diameter parallel to the length of the material, also known as the Warp Wire or Line Wire.
Wire Diameter Parallel Width
In Wire Mesh, the diameter of the wire parallel to the width of the material, also known as Fill Wires, Cross Wires or Shute Wires.
Sheet or coil products constructed by welding or weaving wire into a specified grid or pattern.