David loom

The David has a one-sided, simple connection, while the trade is not inferior to the trade of a counter-marching loom. When the loom came to market in 1988, the loom had 4 shafts and 70 cm or 90 cm weaving width. From 1997 it was delivered with 8 shafts as standard. A few copies with 12 shafts have also been made. From 2006 to 2012 an oak version of the David 90 has been for sale.
In 2012 the David loom was renewed with a sliding reed tray. Since then it has also been supplied with a brake as standard.