You may need to read my statement a few times to understand what im saying. Text has no tone or expression so sometimes things are not interpreted correctly.
I was using grid direction as an example that grid is designed to be * tugged* on. like a rope. Without the seems, the grid will tear.
You have a hill and you have an old truck with no parking brake.
Being a creative person. You take a rope and you tie the rope around an old oak tree.
You then tie the other end of the rope to your truck. This way the truck won't roll / slide down the hill.
Grid acts in the same capacity. Thus making the grid depicted in toms photo absolutely useless because nothing will be tugging on it. As that's what it's designed for, which is why there are different grades of grid strength.
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Last edited by DVS Hardscaper; 04-07-2011 at 09:39 AM.