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Frieder Hutterer, Gerd Buess, Manfred Boebel: Applicator for tying sewing threads. Richard Wolf, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, February 10, 1987: US04641652 (218 worldwide citation)

The applicator for utilization in combination with an endoscope tube comprises a coil connected to a longitudinal passage through a shaft and comprising hollow turns connected to the shaft passage for reception of a sewing thread, whose proximal extremity is passed through a loop projecting from a r ...


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John O Hayhurst: Suture knotting instrument. October 9, 1990: US04961741 (201 worldwide citation)

A suturing device (20) having a leading member (22) and a trailing member (24) for forming a double knot. The leading member (22) functions to slide a first knot (26) that is formed in the sutures (30, 32) against the surface (34) of tissue (40). A finger (60) is formed in the leading member (24) to ...


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John O Hayhurst: Knotting instrument. Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, March 31, 1992: US05100415 (163 worldwide citation)

A knotting instrument (20) having a leading member (22) and a trailing member (24) for forming a double knot. The leading member (22) functions to slide a first knot (26) that is formed in the sutures (30, 32) against the surface (34) of tissue (40). A finger (60) is formed in the leading member (24 ...


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Daniel James Beers: Fisherman's knot tier. Daniel J Beers, April 6, 2004: US06715804 (55 worldwide citation)

Most of the present knot tying devices require the mechanical or manual sliding of the leader or line from some object such as a nail or tube onto a leader or line. This invention does not require such a transfer. The Fisherman's Knot Tier in accordance with the present invention looks and work ...


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Joe Little: Knot-tying device. Jensen & Puntigam P S, January 14, 1997: US05593189 (48 worldwide citation)

A device for assisting in the tying of fishing knots, including a handle end including means for forming loops and a working end including a bifurcated pointed end tapering outwardly toward the handle and including upstanding edges to guide the line and a thumbpad to be used when holding the line.


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Peter Schmid: Thread clamp for a weaving machine and a weaving machine with a thread clamp of this kind. Sulzer Rueti, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, July 25, 2000: US06092561 (42 worldwide citation)

The thread clamp has cooperating clamping sections with elevations (2) and depressions (3) which extend transverse to the laying-in direction of the thread (4) to be held firmly by the thread clamp. When the clamp is closed, a free space (5) is in each case provided between the elevations (2) and de ...


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Ewing Ragland Jr: Fishing line knot tying tool. Robert K Rhea, September 13, 1983: US04403797 (41 worldwide citation)

In a hand held tool for tying a knot connecting a fishing line to the eye of a fishhook, an elongated generally planar body, is provided with a fishhook supporting forwardly projecting tube and a pair of resilient fins diverging from its rearward end. A laterally projecting lug having a transverse s ...


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E Skott Greenhalgh: Weaving shuttle. Prodesco, Baker Botts L, September 26, 2000: US06123115 (38 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of weaving shuttles are disclosed which are adapted for use in producing woven textile structures. The shuttles may be used to dispense weft yarns when weaving with a loom, and are particularly adapted to insert a wire-like structural member integrally into the woven textile.


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Charles W Browning: Line threader device. June 14, 1977: US04029346 (35 worldwide citation)

A device for holding a hook eyelet to enable easier threading and knotting of a fishing line through use of the said device comprising two plates, each with means to hold securely the eyelet of a lure and a fishing hook, each of the said means being shaped into similar cone shaped indentations with ...


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Wolf R Krummheuer, Volker Siejak, Hans A Graefe: Integrated weaving and wet treatment method for manufacturing uncoated industrial woven fabrics. Akzo Nobel, Oliff & Berridge, December 26, 1995: US05477890 (32 worldwide citation)

In a method of manufacturing uncoated industrial woven fabrics having specifically adjusted air permeability from synthetic fibers, after the synthetic fibers have been woven into a fabric the fabric is passed through an aqueous bath having a temperature of approximately 20.degree.-100.degree. C., t ...



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