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The world's most advanced handloom for complex weaving.

So you’re a complex weaver? Great! Then you value equipment that gives you precision over your creativity without causing distractions. You also appreciate ergonomic design and intuitive interfaces that let you maintain focus on what’s most important - your art.

Honoring AVL’s tradition of innovation, the K-Series introduces new and improved technologies and design that offer unmatched creative potential. For the first time treadling 40 shafts is not just made possible, it’s made easy. Warp movement works with you as you weave, and adjustments come with the tap of a button. Connecting your laptop, tablet, or phone is straightforward and instant. Technology assists where it needs to, and the weavers’ touch is left to shine.



  • Compu-Dobby®

    • Built-in loom control via web browser. No software or driver installations needed.

    • WiFi, USB connect-ability.

    • Built-in pattern storage. Save designs on the Compu-Dobby.

    • Advanced diagnostics to prevent downtime. No more surprises!

    • Easily connect to laptop, tablet, phone for loom control. 

  • Countermarch Dobby

    • Center-shedding means bigger sheds for easier weaving.

    • Dobby equals no crawling under the loom for tie-ups, or remembering complicated treadling sequences.

    • Perfectly balanced to ensure light-touch treadling up to 40 harnesses.

    • No lift assist necessary.

    • Again, treadling is light! Weaving hours on end is a walk in the park. 

  • Digital tension and advancing systems

    • Digital dynamic warp tension and cloth advance systems.

    • Adjustments made at the press of a button.

    • Digital control means continuous weaving without interruptions. A project can be woven from start to finish without pausing to advance or adjust tension. 

  • Ergonomics

    • Small footprint - easy to work around and perfect for home or studio.

    • Beam cover protects arms from scratching on the sticky breast beam.

    • Optional bench is adjustable with height and seat-tilt adjustability for comfort. 

    • Built-in shelf for handy convenience.

    • Our quietest Compu-Dobby® ever. Keep your partners and pets happy!

  • Weaving Width

    • 24", 32" or 40".

  • Harnesses

    • 8, 16, 24, 32 or 40 harnesses

    • Polyester (standard) or metal heddles (optional) -- 17.25".

    • 50, 75, 100 Heddles/Harness for 24”, 32”, 40” looms respectively.

    • Unique heddle bar construction for easy movement and addition/removal. 

  • Beater

    • Standard bottom swing beater.

    • Stainless steel reed: 6, 8, 10, 12 or 15 Dent (please specify at time of order).

  • Warp Beams

    • Digitally controlled, dynamic warp tension.

    • 1/2-Yard Sectional Warp Beam with hoops for 2" sections (standard).

    • Plain Warp Beam (optional).

    • 2nd Warp Beam, 1/2-Yard or Plain (optional).

    • Compatible with a raddle, Warping Wheel,  or track & mount system for a tension box. 

  • Rotary Temples (optional)

    • Keep cloth from drawing in.

    • Ring temples rotate as your cloth advances. No need to stop and reset.

  • Construction

    • Unique, high strength joinery creates a rigid structure for perfect work.

    • Kiln-dried ash hardwood construction will last more than a lifetime.

  • Support

    • Illustrated Instruction Manual (printed and online) with photos.

    • Lifetime email/phone support (for original purchaser)

    • Standard AVL Warranty. See Appendix.



K-Series  Loom Specifications




24” (61 cm)

32” (76cm)

40” (102cm)


53” (135 cm)

53” (135 cm)

53” (135 cm)

Overall Width with Compu-Dobby & Warp Beam Handle

46 ½” (118 cm)

54 ½” (139 cm)

62 ½” (159 cm)

Length with sectional beam

58” (148 cm)

58” (148 cm)

58” (148 cm)


48” x 37 ½” (122 x 95 cm)

48” x 45 ½” (122 x 116 cm)

48” x 53 ½” (122 x 136 cm)


291 lbs (132 kgs)

343 lbs (155.6 kgs)

395 lbs (179.2 kgs)


K-Series Videos


Click here for our complete collection of K-Series videos on YouTube.


Correct Weaving Posture


Using WeavePoint with K-Series


 Changing the Reed


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