Notes to figure 6:
1 - CONSTRUCTION
A - Meshing - Mesh webbings shall form intersections by
insertion of webbings into slots. Each intersection
shall be orientated differently from its adjacent
slots as illustrated.
B - Framing - The joining of the mesh webbing to the
frame webbings shall be made as shown in steps 1 and
Frame webbing shall be one piece, approximately
105 feet long.
2 - DIMENSIONS
All given dimensions are based on 10 inches center to
center spacing of webbing slots; actual dimensions, how-
ever, may vary slightly due to minor dimensional devia-
tions in slot spacings.
3 - WEBBING
Slotted nylon webbing 1 inch wide, 3500 pounds minimum
breaking strength. Slots shall be 1-1/8 inches long and
spaced 10 inches in center.
4 - REINFORCING LOOP
Between two webbings of each corner loop, insert a strip
of webbing approximately 29 inches long, so that each
loop will have three layers of webbing.
5 - STITCHING
Stitch all mesh intersections with 2 rows of stitching
1/8 inch from edges.
1 - Start at midpoint of net.
Insert frame webbing extending
continuously around 4 sides of net, through mesh webbing
Mesh and frame slots must lay directly over each
Allow 29 inches of webbing at each corner for
2 - At the same midpoint, after all mesh webbing slots have
been inserted, lay the frame webbing on top the first
Match up the slots and again allow 29 inches for
the corner loop.
Insert mesh webbing ends into the frame
Size 2, Nylon webbing cargo sling, 11 feet 8 inches
Y 11 feet 8 inches. - (Continued)