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This paper describes the development of a prototype tool to be used to tie a clove hitch in order to bind a wire harness. The wire harnesses which are installed in airplanes are bound with belt-like strings. The binding process, which involves tying a clove hitch and then a double overhand knot, is still performed by human workers. To promote efficiency, simplifying the process by using tools is more practical than automating it with robots. We propose a tool that has a groove through which adoi:10.7210/jrsj.37.73 fatcat:emxkga3fbbcl5frovxbrrdrcwi