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Carl Stahl
X-Tend

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X-Tend

01 Material Profile

material description

X-TEND® the original stainless steel cable mesh offers new spatial possibilities, its characteristics are strength, durability, flexibility, transparency allowing freedom of design and a lightweight solution. X-TEND® has been used in many varied applications from sculptures to building facades, balustrades to Helipad safety nets, bridges to zoo enclosures. The possibilities are endless.

02 Technical Data

technical description

For product information please contact the manufacturer.

03 Material Properties


form  
form
open
optics/haptics  
appearance
silk matte
colour
metal coloured
haptics
hard, cold
light transmission
high transmission
material type  
metal
stainless steel

04 Dimensions (available Sizes)


Dimensions (available Sizes)  
Height (thickness)
3 mm

05 Weight


Weight  
Weight per m²
2310 g/m²

06 Tags

Architecture, Carl Stahl Articles, Carl Stahl Products, Culture, Featured Project

07 Articles about Carl Stahl

Prisms on the ceiling

Prisms on the ceiling

In order to create an elaborate suspended ceiling when renovating the Collegiate Church in Stuttgart, architect Bernhard Hirche employed high-quality stainless steel components.

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Rural urban interaction – the harmonious interaction between town and country

Rural urban interaction – the harmonious interaction between town and country

The Swiss Pavilion at this year's Expo in Shanghai embodies the symbiosis between town and country. It presents itself as a hybrid structure comprising technology and nature, which combines the city and the country and keeps them in balance. Furthermore, an interactive, intelligent façade system playfully demonstrates just how much unused energy surrounds us everywhere.

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Like 300 full-grown building workers

Like 300 full-grown building workers

This standardised fastening system, called Tennect, by Carl Stahl, is the first of its kind. It was introduced to the european public at Deubau 2010 in Essen.

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08 Glossary

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