Louet David 8 Shaft 3,399.00 and up w Free Extra Reed
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Louet David 27.5 inch or 35 inch looms with NEW Sliding Beater and Friction Brake included
FREE Additional Reed from Bountiful. The Louet David loom, a unique sinking shed jack loom, has become a popular small floor loom on todays market. Weaving on this loom gives you a real appreciation for the word balance. Balance is the key in this design. Louet’s skillfully engineered design has created a sturdy, well-balanced and easy to treadle loom.
Technically, the David is a compactly constructed floor loom that takes less floor space, but still has many of the same features of a large floor loom. The David uses an ingenious but simple to understand system of springs and pulleys, which produces a generous shed with a remarkably light treadling action. Like a counter balance or jack loom it has a singular tie-up. The wide shed however gives the impression of a countermarch: all harnesses that are not treadled down for the shed, are lifted by an ingenious spring system.
The David has a built-in raddle and shelf and comes standard with eight harnesses and ten treadles. The tie-up is made to the metal parallel lams, which can be tied either singly or in combinations, allowing for unbalanced weaves not possible on the usual kind of sinking shed loom, the counterbalance type.
The David loom is made of lacquered beech and ships in one box
Dimensions: (w x d x h)
The 27 5/8 inch David Dimensions: 34.25 in. x 33.5 in. x 50 in., 66 lbs.
The 35 3/8 inch David Dimensions are 42 in x 33.5 in x 50 in, 77 lbs.
The loom is easy to assemble, following step by step instructions. (written by Sharon Alderman)
Included in the standard eight harness version are 10 treadles, 800 Texsolv heddles for David 70 and David 90, a 10 dent stainless steel reed -5 in. high, 2 lease sticks and 16 warp sticks, plus instructions.
Available options: Matching bench allowing you to move around unrestricted. Second warp beam, including extra back beam. Sectional warp beam with 1 inch sections.