3D printed bump keys can open high-security locks in seconds

It costs you quite some time and money If you lose your key or it is stolen. Fortunately there are some alternatives that could help you. Digital key storage startup KeyMe launched a new 3D key printing service back in December 2013 which lets users scan and store digital copies of their keys in the cloud and create duplicate copies anytime they need them.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

World’s first entirely-printed plastic bump key

This video demonstrates a plastic bump key for the ABUS E20/E30 6-pin tumbler lock. Unlike in the previous video, this key is printed as it is (not cut conventionally from a printed blank).

For more information, see also the related blog post from the last video:
(Quelle: Youtube)

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