Batting Cage Form

Fill out the form below to give us what we need to make your batting cage(s). We’ve given you clickable tips in several sections, but if you need any help, feel free to call us at 888.276.4154

Enter Dimensions

About Dimensions...
    Please enter the required dimensions for your batting cage. Note the drawing above to see what is considered the height, width, and the length of the cage. There are two boxes per height, width, and the length. The first box (with “Feet” listed below it) is for the required dimension in feet. The second box is for inches (if required). For example, if you want a height of 12 foot 6 inches, enter 12 in the first box (“feet” listed below) and 6 in the second box (“inches” listed below). Feel free to leave the Inches box empty if inches are not required.

Height

Feet
Inches

Width

Feet
Inches

Length

Feet
Inches

Or Upload a Photo or Sketch

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If the batting cage has multiple hitting lanes, custom angles, or cannot be explained by standard dimensions, please upload an image to this form or give us a call! A simple sketch on paper will work great!



Gauge

What do we mean by gauge?
  • The Gauge of netting directly correlates to the thickness of the twine. The higher the number of the gauge, the thicker the twine, and the thicker the twine, the longer the life of the netting. Of course, as the twine size increases, so does the weight of the material, and thus increasing the price
  • Gauges #18 and #21 are designed as barrier nets. However, they can be used as batting cages, they should only be used as an economical solution for a personal cage.
  • Gauges #30 and #36 are the most common gauges for batting cages. Even though all our nets are UV treated and weather resistant, it is always recommended to increase to #36 if the netting will be outdoors.
  • Gauges #42 and #60 are designed for commercial hitting facility batting cages with very high usage. Most commercial facilities use a #42 gauge.
  • Gauges #72 and #96 are for very high use batting cages. Due to the weight and price of the netting, #72 and #96 gauge batting cages are very rare.


Additional Features

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About Custom Net Borders
  • Unless specified otherwise, all edges of our batting cages come standard with a ¼” rope border woven through the meshes and secured at all corners. There will also be a rope border woven down the center of the top of the net as an attachment point to prevent the net from sagging during installation.
  • A standard rope border woven through the netting is the most common choice. However, some customers do ask for the rope border to be sewn into the netting instead of woven through. This option is a more durable option and typically adds 5% to the total cost of the net. With a sewn rope option, all rope edges will be sewn in with a machine. If you would like to weigh the bottom of the netting down, chain or lead rope works well. The chain is roughly 1 lb/ ft, and the lead rope is .1 lb/ ft. As mentioned above, the most common choice is the standard rope border option. To select your border option, hover over the image, and select it.
$50 per door
More About Doors...
A door for a batting cage is an 8’ high and 4’ wide overlapping net panel. It allows for easy access to enter the cage without lifting up the netting, and when closed it prevents balls from escaping. To select your door location, check the mark A-L. Keep in mind, you can select more than one door location if you would like. If you need the door in an exact spot that is not listed in the drawing, please note where you need it in the Additional Notes section.
What's a Baffle?
A baffle is a secondary net laced into the batting cage for added durability. Typically, a baffle will be placed behind the batter, but a baffle can be placed on all sides of the batting cage. If you are within 2’ of a wall or object, it may be a good idea to have a baffle on that side of the cage. This will prevent the deflection of the netting upon contact, and will decrease the possibility of the wall/ object being hit by the ball. To see the different baffle location options, select “Yes” for baffle. To select your baffle location, check the mark A-d. Keep in mind, you can select more than one baffle location if you would like.
About Dividers...

If you would like to have the capability to divide your cage into multiple cages, select “Yes” for divider. The divider net will be a separate net panel cut to size based on where you would like the divider to go. As a separate panel the divider will enable you to slide the net panel open in closed based on your specific usage of the batting cage. If you would like the divider panel permanently laced into the top of the batting cage, please note so in the Additional Notes section. To see the different divider location options, select “Yes” for divider. To select your divider location, check the mark A-B. Keep in mind, you can select more than one divider location if you would like. If you need the divider in an exact spot that is not listed in the drawing, please note where you need it in the Additional Notes section.

What's a Rib Line?
A rib line is an extra rope run on the top of the net. Our standard rip line location is on either side of the top and down the middle of the cage. If you need additional rib lines to hang the netting, please select yes. Keep in mind, you always want to attach the netting to structure from a rib line and the twine of the netting. Never attach the netting to the structure with only the netting twine. To see the different rib line location options, select “Yes” for rib line. To select your rib line location, check the mark A-E. Keep in mind, you can select more than one rib line location if you would like. If you need the rib line in an exact spot that is not listed in the drawing, please note where you need it in the Additional Notes section.
By application, we mean...

Tell us how you will be using the cage and where the cage will be (i.e. personal cage outdoors, or high school batting replacement in an indoor facility). This will help our sales representatives to assist you in making sure you get the best product for your exact need!



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