keygen generates working, high-quality 3D-printable models of keys based on given parameters. To generate a key, select your key type and shapes. Then, follow the instructions on how to properly enter the bitting. Click 'Download STL' to save your key in a format suitable for 3D printing. This site is simply a web interface to keygen, a light wrapper around OpenSCAD. You can download and use this tool offline if you so desire.
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At my core I'm a locksport enthusiast. I am also a member of TOOOL. Like many of you I've been a long time viewer of BosnianBill, LockPickingLawyer and many other locksport YouTubers. I also enjoy 3D design and printing. I've joined my two loves to bring useful and custom items to the locksport community.
Covert Instruments is a disruptive force in the fields of covert entry and locksport. Because our principals are experienced leaders in these fields, we are in a unique position to develop and produce tools that will be appreciated by both professionals and hobbyists alike. Our philosophy is a simple one: create tools that are a cut above their peers in conception, production, and function. We believe in superior functionality, concealable design, and multiple uses. If you want that old black leather case with the gold zipper, you have come to the wrong place. Our tools stand on their own merit and will serve you well whether you are a tier 1 operator, locksmith, or a hobbyist. We will work tirelessly to be the standard that others try to emulate.
The Lockpicking Lawyer is one of these designers.
A service that lets you look up the bitting codes for just about every lock manufacturer. Gives you the engineering diagrams and precise measurements for bitting to millimeters. Offers mobile apps where you can photograph keys and it'll decode them for you.
Basic subscription costs $10us a month.
This company makes custom business cards out of metal. Even lockpick ones.
They sell key blanks without asking questions.
TOOOL.us holds Lockfest every year, six months away from LockCon in the Netherlands. This is the website.
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An excellent (and illustrated) article about lockpicking. Talks about the different kinds of lockpicks, what they're used for, and the circumstances under which they should be used. Choose your picks depending upon the kind of lock you're up against.
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