Such rakes are typically machined from a template of common key configurations since not all permutations of pin heights for adjacent pins are possible given the process by which keys are manufactured. We offer everything Schlüsseldienst Dresden from standalone picks, readers and decoders to 2in1 and 3in1 tools. These tools have the ability to both pick and decode a lock using just 1 product with the difference being 3in1 tools can also pick a cars ignition.
The Original Lishi 2-in-1 Tools allow the picker to manipulate individual pins/tumblers within a specific keyway. Once the pin is set, the depth can be read and decoded using the depth gauge printed on the tool. In addition to fantastic quality lock picking tools from Genuine Lishi, we also offer a number of great Training Locks so as to help you stay at the top of your game with plenty of practice. As with all other profession, training and experience is crucial to growth and with these locks you can easily prepare for any job you are called on. Our goal is to give you a range of choice in quality, versatility and price, so as to meet the needs of every professional or novice locksmith that seeks our aid in stocking their toolbox.
The simplest way to open the majority of pin locks is to insert a key that have been cut so that each peak of the key is equal and has been cut down to the lowest groove of the key. This key is then struck sharply with a hammer whilst applying torque. The force of the blow is carried down the length of the key and (operating as does a Newton’s cradle) will move only the driver pins leaving the key pins in place. If done correctly this briefly creates a gap around the shear line allowing the plug to rotate freely.
With a clever and simple numbering system on the pack handle, you actually pick the lock OUTSIDE the lock. This meaning these are ideal for the beginner and professional alike. You don’t need a huge knowledge of car locks, just the simple process of lining up numbers. That’s the power of the revolution in car lock picking – LISHI Auto Picks.
The keys for warded locks only require the back end manipulating which is the end which opens the lock. The other parts are there to distinguish between different varieties of their locks. For example, if you have a chest of drawers with a warded lock you can make a skeleton key for that type of warded lock by filing away all but the last one or two teeth or bittings on both sides of the blade. Additionally, a series of grooves on either side of the key’s blade limit the type of lock the key can slide into. As the key slides into the lock through the keyway, the wards align with the grooves in the key’s profile to allow or deny entry into the lock cylinder.
The triangular-shaped half-diamond is usually 2.5 to 12.2 millimeters (0.098 to 0.480 inches) long. The angles that form the base of the half-diamond can be either steep or shallow, depending on the need for picking without affecting neighboring pins, or raking as appropriate. A normal set comprises around three half-diamond picks and a full-diamond pick.