Chain link fence refers to a network of wires, which may be of different thicknesses. For the manufacture of a two chain link wires run in a machine, in which they are wound in turns at regular intervals to a metal rod. Then, this metal rod is pulled out, and one of the two wires is pulled upward, so that the tips of the two wires together and hook into the first row so that the chain-link is formed. Subsequently, again two wires go into the machine and wrap around the already finished mesh. Once the wires are at the end, they are cut off, the mesh is pulled upwards a little and two new wires go into the machine.