V Net Fence Weaving Machine mechanical Project

V Net Fence Weaving Machine mechanical Mini Project 

Abstract :
V net fence is simply a woven steel wire fence coated with zinc to prevent rust, commonly referred to as galvanized fence there are two kinds of galvanized chain link GBW or GAW: galvanized before weaving (GBW) or galvanized after weaving (GAW).The vast majority on the market today is galvanized after weaving.
Color v net fence is sometimes called vnyle or color coated. In this process steel wire is first coated with zinc and then covered with a vinyl polymer coating that helps prevent to both the frame work and the fabric of the fence.
Some v net products use an aluminized coating to cover the steel in place of the zinc that creates a highly reflective finish; regardless of the finish all v net products offer a durable economical fence system.

V-net mesh is used as fencing for sports field, river banks, construction and residence, also animal fencing. Especially, well suitable for a wide range of application, for example for enclosing Lawn, Road. Steel diamond mesh has a heavy galvanized coating to ensure a long life.

The V-net mesh wire construction is:
· strong
· with wide application
· convenient in station
· lower price
· safe and flexible

Required Components are: 

  • v Belt 
  • pulley
  • shafts 
  • bearings 
  • motor
  • Hollow Cylinder Flat plate 
V Net Fence Weaving Machine
V Net Fence Weaving Machine 

The pulleys are used to transmit power from one shaft to another by means of flat belts, V-belts or ropes. Since the velocity ratio is the inverse ratio of the diameter of driving and driven pulleys, therefore the pulley diameters should be carefully selected in order to have a desired velocity ratio. The pulleys must be in perfect alignment in order to allow the belt to travel in a line normal to the pulley faces.
The pulleys may be made of cast iron, cast steel or pressed steel, wood and paper. The cast materials should have good friction and wear characteristics. The pulleys made of pressed steel are lighter than cast pulleys, but in many cases they have lower friction and may produce excessive wear.

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