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Anarchy_won

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Post Wed Jul 23, 2014 1:30 am

Simplex 7100

Here is a used Simplex 7100 that I put on a diet, enjoy. (sorry for the not so great cellphone photos)

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Post Wed Jul 23, 2014 3:26 pm

Re: Simplex 7100

Thanks for the lock porn.
Love the photos, Huge.
Then they adjusted for the screen size.
I find these locks fascinating.
I have seen a video where a magnet is used to bypass the lock. On a different model.
Always wanted to try it.
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Post Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:58 pm

Re: Simplex 7100

That trick will work on this model too. :cool:
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Post Sun Aug 03, 2014 7:59 pm

Re: Simplex 7100

Hey AW, what did you use to cut that and was it tough?
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Post Sun Aug 03, 2014 9:23 pm

Re: Simplex 7100

I used a 4 flute Endmill, at about 100 - 150rpm and it cut like butter ;)
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Post Wed Nov 19, 2014 11:04 pm

Re: Simplex 7100

jharveee wrote:Thanks for the lock porn.
Love the photos, Huge.
Then they adjusted for the screen size.
I find these locks fascinating.
I have seen a video where a magnet is used to bypass the lock. On a different model.
Always wanted to try it.



if i remember correctly that a magnet pry's apart the black bar, bypassing all the gates.

i two have always wanted to try it, i have a bank that puts these locks everywhere, and i have to wait several minutes at each door for a teller to let me in. If i would ever have a magnet strong enough to do this, i would probably get in trouble, but i was be able to get twice as much work done.
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Post Thu Nov 20, 2014 3:29 am

Re: Simplex 7100

jgriner wrote:
jharveee wrote:Thanks for the lock porn.
Love the photos, Huge.
Then they adjusted for the screen size.
I find these locks fascinating.
I have seen a video where a magnet is used to bypass the lock. On a different model.
Always wanted to try it.



if i remember correctly that a magnet pry's apart the black bar, bypassing all the gates.

i two have always wanted to try it, i have a bank that puts these locks everywhere, and i have to wait several minutes at each door for a teller to let me in. If i would ever have a magnet strong enough to do this, i would probably get in trouble, but i was be able to get twice as much work done.



I had 3 of these (and have installed close to 100 of them) some of the older ones you could bypass... if you drilled a hole in the side of the unit and used a magnet on a stick or something. (you don't see it in the pictures but there is a thin cover that sits between the Black bar and the Lock Housing but with it in place you cant see the internals ;) ) I have a newer 7104 sitting next to me right now and a magnet will not stick to that black bar even if I put the magnet on the bar..

and I am sure if you could bypass one... and you did it at a bank you might not be working there for long after. :geek:
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Post Wed Nov 26, 2014 11:12 pm

Re: Simplex 7100

Also Hux just so you know, this was the first Cutaway I ever made (its the 2nd thing ever cut on my mill ;) )
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Post Thu Nov 27, 2014 3:36 am

Re: Simplex 7100

Anarchy_won wrote:Also Hux just so you know, this was the first Cutaway I ever made (its the 2nd thing ever cut on my mill ;) )


Duly noted my friend! Nice work man, repetitively removing thin layers of metal is fun. :cool:

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