Serving machine 2.6 | Domanoffs Workshop

Basic features

Serving machine is intended for:

  • serving ropes,
  • making beckets,
  • stropping blocks,
  • making eye-splices,
  • laying seizings,
  • making stay mouse (diamond knot),
  • other jobs where one rope is to be wound round the other.

Special design allows you to serve any ropes up to "endless"!

Power option for automation of serving

Package Contents

Serving Machine 2.1:

  • Serving machine with ball bearings.
  • Rods for making beckets.
  • Alligator clips.
  • Making stay mouse wheels.
  • Operating manual.
  • Video guide on DVD.

Plus Power option

  • Bracket
  • Motor
  • Drive gear
  • Smart Control  unit - Light version*
  • EU power supply**
  • Screws, nut, washers

Available options

 

SERVING is encircling a rope with line or spunyarn to keep it from rubbing and chafing.

To SERVE is to wind round spunyarn by means of a mallet, to prevent it from being rubbed. The materials used for the purpose are called service.

MOUSE. A large knob, in the shape of a pear, formed on stays; also a smaller one round messengers, by intertwisting a small rope round the strands.

Mainstay with stay collar:

  1. Stay eye at main masterhead;
  2. MOUSE;
  3. Spliced eye;
  4. Leather parceling;
  5. Stay;
  6. Upper heart;
  7. Lanyard;
  8. Lower heart;
  9. Stay collar from 18th centure, fully served

Model stay mouse:

  1. Basic shape built up from wood;
  2. Vertical threads;
  3. Horizontal "darning"

The design of the machine may differ from that shown.

Video

Serving Machine 2.6 = Serving Machine 2.1 + Power option

Serving Machine 2.6 = Serving Machine 2.1 + Power option | Domanoffs Workshop

Serving machine is intended for serving ropes, making beckets, stropping blocks, making eye-splices, laying seizings, making stay mouse (diamond knot) and other jobs where one rope is to be wound round the other.

All you need to make professional looking rigging for you ship models.

Serving machine 2.1/2.6 - Assembling cheeks with ball bearings.

Serving machine 2.1/2.6 - Assembling cheeks with ball bearings. | Domanoffs Workshop

This video is about how to assemble new cheeks for Serving Machine 2.1/2.6
(turn on subtitles)

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