Glimåkra Standard -
In a countermarch tie-up the shafts are raised or lowered independently of each other as compared to the counterbalance tie-up, where the shafts are balanced against each other.
Since the shafts may be raised and lowered independently, the shed will be even and better - this is an advantage in any weaving. This is more significant in multi-shaft weaving, when using delicate material or uneven number of shafts or a narrow warp in a wide loom or with uneven distribution of warp threads in the shafts.
Two types of Countermarches are available, one with two sets of horizontal jacks and the other with one set of vertical jacks.
|Weav. width||Floor space||Height|
|120 cm (47")||151x160 cm||175 cm|
|150 cm (59")||181x160 cm||175 cm|
|160 cm (63")||193x160 cm||175 cm|
Standard countermarch loom
No heddles or tie up kit included
|112021||120 cm (47")||4||6|
|115021||150 cm (59")||4||6|
|116021||160 cm (63")||4||6|
|Included with 10 shafts and
10 treadles are:
- Double Warpbeam »
- Sectional warp beam »
- Loom extension »
- Drawloom, either single unit or shaft, with up to 100 pattern shafts »
- Release lever »
- Fly shuttle beater »
- Weaving lamp » (Not currently available in USA)