Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Cyclone Fencing

Time to tackle one of the last type of wire barrier fences, cyclone Fencing. So, I did a proof of concept work up on it, then topped it for most modern uses.

Here on the left is the cyclone fence without closer spacing of poles and overhead poles, but enough to get the concept. I did this one with the left of scrap, otherwise I would have cut the mesh on a 45 degree bias to get a diamond pattern for the fence, which is what I plan to do for the actual pieces I will make. The picture on the right shows the coiled concertina wire rolled smaller and attached to the top line. Another version of top wire would be an L or V shape leaning out or both ways that would have single strands of barb wire strung along them.

1 comment:

  1. These look great! Will land mines be waiting for anyone foolish enough to go around the fence?