Author Topic: What knot am I describing?  (Read 1940 times)

VAKMAN

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What knot am I describing?
« on: June 06, 2013, 02:14:35 PM »
Hi all,

im looking to use a knot to tie a single thread around a shaft with each end securely leaving normal to the shaft 180 degrees from the other. Imagine a 0.2mm thread around a 5mm shaft, loading in a transverse direction on each end. Obvious choices like a strangle or constrictor knot are not suitable as the end bunch together on the shaft when tightened. Anyone have any ideas?

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Re: What knot am I describing?
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2013, 03:05:24 PM »
Hi all,

im looking to use a knot to tie a single thread around a shaft with each end securely leaving normal to the shaft 180 degrees from the other. Imagine a 0.2mm thread around a 5mm shaft, loading in a transverse direction on each end. Obvious choices like a strangle or constrictor knot are not suitable as the end bunch together on the shaft when tightened. Anyone have any ideas?
See the Sheepshank Pouch Knot at the bottom of this page:
http://notableknotindex.webs.com/sheepshank.html

You'll have two strands on one side of the shaft and one strand on the other side of the shaft.
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VAKMAN

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Re: What knot am I describing?
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2013, 03:39:09 PM »
Hi all,

im looking to use a knot to tie a single thread around a shaft with each end securely leaving normal to the shaft 180 degrees from the other. Imagine a 0.2mm thread around a 5mm shaft, loading in a transverse direction on each end. Obvious choices like a strangle or constrictor knot are not suitable as the end bunch together on the shaft when tightened. Anyone have any ideas?
See the Sheepshank Pouch Knot at the bottom of this page:
http://notableknotindex.webs.com/sheepshank.html

You'll have two strands on one side of the shaft and one strand on the other side of the shaft.


That's pretty much exactly what i was looking for. I knew it existed but had no idea of the name. Many many thanks  ;)