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- MIT Students Show How To 3D Print Your Own Non-Duplicatable Keys For Easy Breaking And Entering
If there's one thing that sucks about breaking-and-entering it's that it's too difficult. Three enterprising young MIT students have figured out a way to make that easier, thanks to a 3D printing workaround to the sticky issue of making duplicates of so-called "non-duplicatable" keys. All you need is a flatbed scanner, an original Primus lock key made by Schlage (or just a picture of one) and ...
Aug. 9, 2013 - TechCrunch