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With any large purchase, we always welcome you to email us to discuss the purchase so that we can help you get the product that you want and that will fit your needs best. That is particularly important with floor looms when there are so many variables.  Here's a few questions to ask yourself that if you email me I may ask you to help you find a good fit. 1. Is space/size a concern? 2. Do you need it to be semi-movable? 3. What kind of heddles do you want? 4. Is easy treadling necessary? 5. Is noise a concern? 6.What do you want to make?
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Louet Texsolv 205mm(8")Jane/Kombo/Magic Louet Texsolv 280mm (11") --David Louet Texsolv 390mm (15.5") --Spring
Raddle only - shown attached to a Maple loom. Louet Loom Bench (22.5" non-adjustable) (Jane/Kombo/David/Spring/Magic) Louet Octado 90-35" 8 shaft
Louet Octado 90-35" 8 shaft
Our Price: $6,985.00
Raddles help keep a warp spread evenly as it is wound onto the warp beam.  Ours have built-in clamps and can be attached to either the loom's back beam or the shuttle race of the beater.  The raddles come with plated pins inserted every inch and with holes drilled every half inch with enough extra pins included should you prefer half-inch spacing.  Our Wolf Pup, Baby Wolf and Mighty Wolf  Raddles come with special mounting brackets for the Wolf loom diagonal beams, as well as clamps for square beams or shuttle races.

We keep limited stock here in the store. If its out of stock, you can order and it will ship from the factory in 2-4 weeks.
Bench for the Klik, Kombo, David, Spring and Magic Looms. The height of the bench is 22.5". It is not adjustable. This bench is made of beech and is finished with a clear lacquer. Another great dobby weaving loom from Lout: 8 Shafts, 70 cm, 90 cm and 110 cm weaving width (28", 36 and 44).

A dobby mechanism (programmable shaft selector) is an alternative for the tie-ups to the treadles on a standard hand weaving loom.
Looms with 16 or more shafts need a dobby mechanism, because it becomes unmanageable to operate such a loom with treadles.


The successful introduction of the Megado dobby loom in 1998, and the reaction of weavers showed us that a dobby is not only necessary for a loom with many shafts, but it makes weaving so much more comfortable. Of course this also goes for looms with less than 16 shafts.

An 8-shafts jack loom requires an average of 40 tie-ups on the treadles. A counter marche requires 80 tie-ups. This needs to be done in a very uncomfortable position. With a dobby loom, you can say good-bye to the tie-ups!

An investment in a Lout dobby loom will allow you many years of comfortable weaving.

The new Octado has a similar operating method as the familiar Megado. This means a big counter marche shed and a very light treadling action. Again, easy on the weaver.

The Octado can be operated with a mechanical dobby, or with an electronic interface. The electronic interface works with most popular computer weaving software, includeing Fiberworks PCW, Patternland, PixieLoom, Weavemaker, Proweave and Weave It. The Octado interface has a 2 year warranty against manufacturer's defects.

A full list of optional equipment is available: Bench, second warp beam, sectional warp beam and flying shuttle.

The middle section of the Octado (where all the shafts are) comes completely assembled. A detailed instruction manual will help you to complete the assembly without any problems.

IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU CONTACT US BEFORE PURCHASING SO WE CAN HELP YOU GET ALL THE PARTS YOU NEED.
Louet Octado 110-43" 8 shaft
Louet Octado 110-43" 8 shaft
Our Price: $7,395.00
Another great dobby weaving loom from Lout: 8 Shafts, 70 cm, 90 cm and 110 cm weaving width (28", 36 and 44).

A dobby mechanism (programmable shaft selector) is an alternative for the tie-ups to the treadles on a standard hand weaving loom.
Looms with 16 or more shafts need a dobby mechanism, because it becomes unmanageable to operate such a loom with treadles.


The successful introduction of the Megado dobby loom in 1998, and the reaction of weavers showed us that a dobby is not only necessary for a loom with many shafts, but it makes weaving so much more comfortable. Of course this also goes for looms with less than 16 shafts.

An 8-shafts jack loom requires an average of 40 tie-ups on the treadles. A counter marche requires 80 tie-ups. This needs to be done in a very uncomfortable position. With a dobby loom, you can say good-bye to the tie-ups!

An investment in a Lout dobby loom will allow you many years of comfortable weaving.

The new Octado has a similar operating method as the familiar Megado. This means a big counter marche shed and a very light treadling action. Again, easy on the weaver.

The Octado can be operated with a mechanical dobby, or with an electronic interface. The electronic interface works with most popular computer weaving software, includeing Fiberworks PCW, Patternland, PixieLoom, Weavemaker, Proweave and Weave It. The Octado interface has a 2 year warranty against manufacturer's defects.

A full list of optional equipment is available: Bench, second warp beam, sectional warp beam and flying shuttle.

The middle section of the Octado (where all the shafts are) comes completely assembled. A detailed instruction manual will help you to complete the assembly without any problems.

IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU CONTACT US BEFORE PURCHASING SO WE CAN HELP YOU GET ALL THE PARTS YOU NEED.