TODAY’S PATENT – KNOT-TYING DEVICE
The KNOT-TYING DEVICE was invented by Roland P. Turner (Hollywood, FL) on the 12th of July 1977 , bearing patent number US4034443A.
The present invention relates to generally to a rope-tying device, and more specifically to a device for securing a loop in one end of a line, cord, or rope, whereby ready and quick attachment and detachment of the cord or rope from a post, rail, cleat, or other fixed point by securing the loop is readily permitted.
The device has utility substantially in any situation where it is desirable to be able to quickly but securely attach a line to a fixed point by means of a loop in the line. A plurality of apex apertures of varying diameters are provided so that ropes or lines of varying diameters may be utilized. An objective of the present invention to provide a loop securing device utilized with the free end of the rope, cord or line to permit ready, quick attachment and detachment of the rope from an encircled fixed object.