Obtained by weaving previously crimped wires. If each crimp corresponds to a wire interlace, the mesh is known as plain weave crimping. If the wires are interlaced every three, five, seven or more crimps, the mesh is known as crimped mesh with three, five, seven or more crimps. They may be supplied in rolls of various widths and lengths and in flat panels in different geometric shapes. It is possible to make them from all metal materials and alloys, that can be drawn into wire, such as for example carbon steel, stainless steels, Nickel-Chromium alloys, pure metals.