TWILL WEAVETwill weave can be made from larger diameter wires than would be possible in plain square weave to obtain greater strength, density, or corrosion resistance. This weave is stronger than plain weave. Each weft wire alternately crosses over two, then under two, warp wires producing a diagonal pattern. The wire diameter for both warp and weft is normally the same.
Twill weave is usually used to accommodate a heavier than standard wire diameter in association with a given mesh.