A round bar is inserted into the metal fabric in place of weft wires. The top round bar is cradled into triangular brackets, with the metal fabric "hung" at the top. At the bottom eyebolts are attached to the round bar for tensioning by turnbuckles or nuts. The size of the round bar and frequency of the triangular brackets and eyebolts is determined by tension loads.
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