The back part looks like this:
The original Louet beater stand was used and extra upper and lower reed holder were bought and cut. (By buying this extra, I'll be able to use the beater for normal reeds too with the original upper and lower reed holder). By cutting to size, it was possible to fix the extra wood parts (where the adjusting system is fixed on to) on the inside of the beater stand. A ruler was fixed to both sides so that it's easy to see how much to move up or down. I've been moving 0,5cm every time I move. With this warp I've moved between 8,5cm. This way I just stayed away from the top and bottom of the reed. By doing this, I have not had any more broken warp threads. I'm hoping that with stronger threads I'll be able to weave higher and lower as the total hight of the reed is 11cm.
I'll now post some photo's to Louet as I promised I would show them what my friend Toon has made.
I've almost woven this warp. It's easy to get into a rhythm, moving after every so many throws. My first sample I moved after every 4th throw up or down and for the rest of the warp I've been playing with doing this after every 6th and 8th throw. Woven plain weave but the last part I'm weaving twill just to see how that comes out. Once cut, I'll be able to show more samples.