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How a Cubicle Curtain is Made

There are two ways to make a cubicle curtain.

  • The first way is to railroad the fabric to get the desired width.
  • The second way is to seam fabric panels to get the desired width.

Depending upon the pattern and curtain length, one of the following methods will be used.

Many of today's patterns are designed to be railroaded. This limits the height of the fabric portion to approximately 66" - 69". If the ceiling height is over 8'6", extra wide mesh will need to be used (up to 45" maximum).

If the pattern is not suitable for railroading, seaming of panels will be necessary. This method allows the fabric portion to be any length to accomodate any ceiling height. Standard 20" wide mesh will be used at the top. The curtain will be made to hang the standard 15" above the floor.

We recommend the railroad method to be used whenever possible because the curtain will have a nice one piece appearance.

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