CV / Stations of my life
Examination as Wheelwright
passed at the Chamber of Trade for Munich and Upper Bavaria in Nov. 1997
Listed in the "Handwerksrolle" (Register of qualified craftsmen)
with number 6043793, in Nov. 1997
"Bavarian special manufacture for the Lilienthaler Telescopium". We have contributed two gigantic double wheels to the faithful reconstructed historical reflecting telescope of the observatory in Lilienthal.
More about the Teleskopium Lilienthal at telescopium-lilienthal.de
"Liebes Land" accompanies, the origin of a wooden wheel in the workshop of Andreas Hauck, from the oaken blank for the hub up to the rims of ash and to put tyres with flat steel. "With a lot of love he shits, forges, does carpentry to make wheels and tyres" and restores coaches and wagons, which attach dust often for decades in barns and scales.
The Süddeutsche Zeitung of September 16th, 2014 tells about the order of the Oktoberfest-landlord's family Fischer-Vroni to Andreas Hauck, to build a new horse drawn vehicle for the "boat ride to the Wiesn". A fishing boat is the trademark of the Fischer-Vroni. Andreas Hauck now built a wagon, which does justice to the new demands of the safty standards authority for braking and other things.
"Wheelwright builds carriage for Karl-May-Festival" - so the titel to the construction of a historical Stagecoach for the Karl-May-Festival in Mörschied, Rhineland-Palatinate. Andreas Hauck got himself original plans from USA and investigated at a coachman's enterprise in Switzerland. The Wild-West-Stagecoach was copied faithfully, only disc braking were inserted, in addition for the safety of guests, drivers and horses.
More about Freilichtbühne Mörschied: freilichtbuehne-moerschied-ev.de
"Wild West - made in Bavaria" so the Ebersberger Zeitung from the12/5/2014 about the Stagecoach for the Karl-May-Festival in Mörschied, Rhineland-Palatinate. In cooperation with the carpenter Raphael Bauer from the neighbourhood Andreas Hauck worked more than 500 hours on the construction according to original plans from USA. There such carriages made regularly about 80 miles per day through the prairie, a familiar sight in the Hollywood movies with John Wayne and co.
More about Freilichtbühne Mörscheid: freilichtbuehne-moerschied-ev.de
To "the carriage of Medicus" Andreas Hauck contributed two chassis true to the original for the medieval barber's wagon. These were actors in the filming of the bestseller "The Medicus" by Noah Gordon, with Ben Kingsley. The article is about the order of the film company UFA to Andreas Hauck. The movies release in Germany was the 25/12/2013.
24/12/2012 the Mangfallbote reports on the "Carriage for the filmepic Medicus". The carriage was created in cooperation with the UFA designers. It took several months to find a way to reconcile their ideas with the technical possibilities and finally a practical implementation. The scenes with the carriage were filmed in Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia, where also the Middle Age villages had been set up.
In the column "masterpieces" the Deutsche Handwerkszeitung tells 2012 about Andreas Hauck and his construction of two Badewägen for a luxury hotel near the North Sea coast. These modern "bath wagons" were build according to historical models, in which the ladies of the "destinguished society" - well sheltered from male eyes - were pulled into the sea to take a swim.
"Old trade from tradition and passion" - Thus Hallo Ebersberg reports in january 2012 about the Badewägen, built according to historical model - today inside provided with modern wellness equipment and usable as sauna and rest space.
"Badekarren for luxury hotel" - Under this titel the Süddeutsche Zeitung reports (24/11/2011) about the bath wagons, we built according to historical model for a luxury hotel in northern Germany. "In former times" - thus tells the artikel - "the ladies were pulled into the sea in wooden carriages, to splash around there."
At the traditional Leonhardi parade in Biberg / Upper Bavaria with blessing for horse and rider two completely handmade carriages from the workshop of coach builder Andreas Hauck took part. About that reports the Ebersberger Zeitung on november 7th, 2011.