- lining up the netting to a custom framing/structure
- matching the netting panel to a property or boundary line
- spanning netting panels between poles of various heights/lengths
- "filling in the gaps" of spaces that are triangular shaped or sloped
- matching up the barrier netting with a roofline or groundlevel
This first example (see below) shows a combination of typical rectangular dimensions along with specific tapered/angled sections. This netting panel was constructed from #12 X 1-3/4" Diamond Mesh Twisted-Knotted Nylon Netting, and featured the 5/16" Braided Rope Bordering sewn-in around the entire perimeter. This particular netting production was part of a larger order of 15 nets for a sporting event in Miami, FL. The net shown below was created to be an overhead/ceiling net that needed to be spanned between a set of posts/poles that were already in place for the event area. This was the ceiling containment net, used to keep soccer balls and baseballs within the overall space - and the other netting panels were used to surround the area and act as the vertical barrier nets.