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Bowline knot sliding guide

Ace sliding guide is one of the few nooses used by sailors. Its main use is to recover items that have fallen overboard maneuvers or strong wind aparejo.Cuando, It is often used to strengthen the square sail and to cock. Other applications as sliding guide have been associated with hunting, for the construction of traps and snares, as well as for hanging objects of a certain weight, who they believe the strength to close the knot.

 

 

 

 

 

trefoil knot

Nudo Trebol, also known as cross knot is used to attach a line to a mast, afermar allowing winds from the three remaining available gazas.

To develop this knot must start with simple knot chicote that intersects with itself and another overhand knot is made. You based on the two dimensions cross through your breasts, the mast is inserted through the center and tightened trying to obtain very similar in size ties.

 

 

 

Full nude

The ordinary knot is a knot that is not used too but can be very useful because of its ease of implementation. This knot joins two ends and not easily undone by far the strings are tensioned, converting it the ideal partner in boats.

For processing a simple knot is made with one of the ends. Once completed you take the other end, and already it begins to follow after already having the simple knot made.

 

 

 

 

Boza with sinus node

This knot is known as Boza knot with sinus node is a variant of the original Boza.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cape fold

This tie a rope knot allows for easy transport and prevent us from opening. It is recommended that the rope is not too thick. We may also use it with caution for transporting electrical cable extension in camping activities.

 

 

 

 

Lasca knot

The lasca knot also called “eight knot” O “bitten twice” It is used as a stopper knot. It is a handy knot winds to keep tents and awnings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boza knot

Boza knot is a knot tying a rope that allows small diameter to a larger section. It is a very useful knot because it is resistant to rid itself. Moreover, by a slight modification we can obtain an ideal gaza to succor or tie a package.

 

 

 

 

 

Square knot

The square knot has the particularity of allowing joining two cords at an angle of 90 degrees between them. Furthermore this node crashes so that both ropes are fixed. It is a knot widely used in decorative art techniques such as macramé, creating bracelets, tissues…

A variant of the square knot is the Japanese knot which it is performed similarly but only use a rope and is of special interest in the decoration.

 

 

 

Tejedor knot

The weaver knot is a knot very efficient when you want to join two ropes of different sections. Its main advantage is that it is a knot that will endure as more load force, the knot becomes safer. It is also very easy to perform and inexpensive to undo. Its name comes from the use that gave the sailors to weave fishing nets.

 

 

 

 

knot Calafate

The caulker knot is very similar to as double or sinus guide as it also offers two gazas but here are sliding. This knot is known as balso by chicote.

 

 

 

 

 

Bowline knot by Conexion

The bowline per connection is another way to do the bowline. It is normally used when a line needs to be attached to a fixed object. Some synthetic ropes are not too reliable, so it is advisable to secure the whip with an average knot, or secure it firmly below.

 

 

 

 

 

Nudo Gaza Fisherman

The gauze fisherman is often used by fishermen. Campers also found in it a variety of uses, both to hang any object as to ensure the ropes sticks or pegs.

It is also known by the name “gaza perfect”, and its main advantages are ease of implementation, It does not slip and is strong and estable.Su main disadvantage is that it is bulky, making it more suitable for use with fishing lines or thin synthetic ropes.

 

 

 

Bowline knot by Seno

Ace double or within a knot guide is mainly used in maritime rescue tasks. It is very safe and provides two loops of the same diameter, not dissolve and can be used independently.

 

 

 

 

 

Nudo Hunter

Hunter also called knot knot Hunter is a very secure knot ,stable and much stronger than the union of fisherman or square knot. It is not as strong as blood knot but has the advantage of being easier to perform. It is a general knot and excellent qualities.

 

 

 

 

 

Double knot Calabrote

Hawser double knot is a knot used to join two strings of different thickness or materials but preferably they are twins. It is a very secure knot and does not slide easily. It is perfect for use with large diameter ropes. Although consistency is easy to undo all conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multiple knot Llano

Multiple level is a stopper knot or the end of a ballasting out. This knot was formerly used as whips end so he is temabién known as blood knot. The key to do it properly is to give enough laps together and pull both ends at once.

 

 

 

 

 

Franciscano knot

Franciscan knot has the main function of being a stopper knot. Its name comes from how they use the Franciscan monks as their weight belts. Another usefulness, It serves for ballasting guides, the rope is subject to line hawser, a lighter that is thrown out through the hatch before the place becomes subject thicker.

 

 

 

 

 

Nudo Cote Escorridizo

In this knot it is also called “knot towing”, because it is frequently used for this purpose. If done correctly it is a very tough knot, but dangerous if done incorrectly because you could accidentally undo. a simple knot is considered for temporary mooring, due to the characteristics discussed.

This knot has the distinction of being able to release easily when it is energized by simply pulling the chicote. However when it is under the gravitational force of weight, one depreseión the node causing strong tension until the weight is released occurs.

 

 

 

 

Hangman Knot

Hangman knot also called Hangman knot is known worldwide for the use that has been given over time and unfortunately is still used today. It is a noose that is done by performing a closed loop and where the subject or animal to be hanged by the neck is placed to produce its own weight break neck.

The number of laps to be held varies depending on the use you're going to give, the type and thickness of the rope. It also influences the conditions under which lies the cord itself for example if wet or greasy. Between six and eight laps we'll use in normal situations and if the rope is worn or in poor condition can increase the number of laps without exceeding thirteen.

 

 

 

 

Nudo Clinch

This knot is used by fishermen to hold a ring, lure or bait yet, It's a fairly versatile knot. It's easy and quick to perform and if done properly offers much resistance. It is recommended for use with small diameter ropes.

This knot has also been called How “Half blood knot” because at the time it was used as a tool for punishment sailors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Double Fisherman's Knot

The double fisherman's knot is really strong and is used commonly by fishermen to secure their ropes. They also use climbers and campers as winds its stores or to add length to the ropes to tie or hang objects. It is a bulky knot, so it is advisable to use relatively thin ropes.

 

 

 

 

Fisherman's Knot

It has been said that this knot was invented in the nineteenth century, but some experts say was already known by the ancient Greeks. He is generally known as “fisherman's knot”, but through the years he has received different names (such as English knot, English union, nudo halibut, knot knot lovers and Waterman).

This knot is named for its frequent use to join or extend their lines of fishing gear. It is used to attach lines of equal section, and it is not recommended for joining ends of medium or large diameter. The node does not maintain the line resistance when subjected to heavy stress.

 

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