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What have you Impressioned today



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Post Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:25 am

Re: What have you Impressioned today


I finished a key for an old Abus padlock that I started one month ago and left unfinished. I thought I filed too much and since I was tired I put it away for later. Looking at the key with fresh eyes made me see two marks that, once filed, allowed the key to turn. Since it took me just ten minutes to finish it, I decided to impression another padlock.


This is a small 3 pins Yale padlock that I bought at a flea market without a key. It's old but not worn out. A nice and easy padlock to impression.

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Post Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:40 am

Re: What have you Impressioned today

Found this Russwin padlock in a drawer at work, locked with no key. Used my pippin file with some help from the trusty HPC 1200 and made a key :)
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