This rotating mill is for quick and easy warping with the strain taken by the strong uprights and not the pegs. The bars holding the cross pegs are movable, so any length can be wound up to approximately 15m (50ft). Ideal for large projects.
Warp length: 50 meters (15 meters)
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Please note that Ashford drop-ships are sent via DHL and typically arrive within 3-5 business days after being shipped. Please provide a physical address for your order as DHL does not send to PO Boxes. Drop-shipping is not available for international orders at this time so please allow time for your order to reach us before we ship it to you.
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