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Old 06-02-2014, 05:07 AM   #1
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I'm busy making a few looms from March. I created design myself, but looked a bit on the model by Ashford and Louet.

Workshop interior is very modest - a planked walls & earthen floor. All noisy and dirty work go to the woodshed my friend. Another part of the work I do at home. There neighbors will not allow me to make noise with power tools.

I used my home scroll saw for ratchet and flowers (wooden heads for homemade screws)
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Making frames for heddles
I fixed the blank with a wedge, then put on top of the template for the router.
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Alexey, I really enjoyed your work.
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That is very impressive.
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nice looking loom Leshko.
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Next I turned several handle to rotate the shafts and knob for hooks for weaving yarns in heddle threading.
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Great to see such craftsmanship with basic tools,
It just shows once more that the "best" tool is the creative mind.
Well done .............
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Thank you, Ron. Indeed, the main tool is the head. Unfortunately, they do not always get good use. Sometimes ill-considered action slows down work.
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