Banker Wire understands how to work with wire mesh. We can efficiently provide wire mesh cut, formed or welded to your exact standards. With over 100 years of experience, Banker has the capabilities, knowledge and equipment to provide quality fabrication operations to your woven and welded wire mesh needs. Our processes add real value to your finished product.
Banker Wire utilizes a Mazak 4000W Space Gear laser table capable of 2-D or 3-D cutting operations. This high precision cutting tool has an operating envelope of 5’x10′ that cuts through wire mesh, sheet metal or tube with ease. Central to the fabrication department, this machine is the go to tool for cutting wire mesh in high precision specialty shapes. The consistency of the wire mesh and the cutting accuracy of the laser table allows Banker to keep pace with even the most lofty of design visions.
The 60″ x 120″ CNC plasma cutting table works through heavy wire mesh or heavy plate with speed and accuracy. The plasma cutting torch is Banker’s cutting work horse when it comes to carbon steel and pre-galvanized coarse wire mesh shapes and sizes.
Banker Wire has multiple power squaring shears used for precision cutting of all mesh types and materials. Our shears are capable of shearing mesh with wire diameters of .375″ and up to 14′ wide.
Both pre-crimped woven wire mesh and welded wire mesh can be formed using a press brake. Banker Wire operates 6 press brakes up to 14′ wide to bend and form the woven and welded wire mesh for many different industries. Forming the wire mesh adds rigidity as well as transforms the flat sheets into functional panels for industrial assemblies or architectural design features. Many types of edging can also be formed to create a custom perimeter profile for the wire mesh.
Pre-Crimped wire mesh is a tight and rigid product that can be formed into nearly any shape required using a roller. Banker can achieve a smooth radius on light to medium duty wire mesh using our roller equipment.
Banker’s skilled welders can Mig, Tig, Flow or Spot weld aluminum, carbon steel, and stainless steel alloys for use in a variety of industrial and architectural applications. Welding the wire mesh to a frame for architectural use or creating flow welded edges for industrial heat treating baskets is commonplace with our products. Our experienced fabrication department can provide this value added service when beneficial to the customer.