End guide for cord attachment device

  • US Patent No. 9212520
  • Issued: December 15, 2015
  • Status: Active
Military Technology

An end guide for a cord attachment device includes a cloth. The cloth is configured to fold over, unto, and overlap itself. The cloth has three portions. The first and second portions are longer than a third portion. The cloth is folded axially about a central longitudinal axis. The central longitudinal axis spans from the proximal end to the distal end of the cloth. The folding causes the first and second portions to overlap. A plurality of flutes are configured in the cloth by a plurality of stitch lines running parallel to each other and extending through first and second sides (the front and back) of the cloth and extending through the overlap of the first and second portions. At least one of the plurality of stitch lines are located between each of the flutes. The flutes span to both the proximal and distal ends of the cloth. First and second portions are folded outwardly away from the plurality of flutes at both the proximal and distal ends and then stitched to the cloth so as to create end channels for the routing of a cover cord (when a cover is used) or a keeper cord. The stitching is perpendicular to the plurality of stitch lines.

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