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Somewhere the “Lockpicking Lawyer” is laughing….”am I a joke to you”?
When they have decided to make the lock with steel they have forgot about the fundamentals of lock safety which is that you can sneak in to the locking mechanism from the hinge.
LPL crew in the house
Like all you have to do is spin the nuts one at a time until the rod goes one step closer to open, take anyone less than 30 seconds to open
Nice build. Just look for the weld spots to crack the code.
@Pratik Kawade FR, I bet a raccoon could crack this lock if you used it to lock up garbage, seriously.
@Turgor Pressure you don't even need to have numbers on them to solve it. Its very simple, Just spin them one by one until they start sliding. I know this would be easier to understand if you all could touch it. Even a child can crack it. It's more of a puzzle for 5 year olds rather than a lock.
You know, normally I hate these, but this one was kind of cool
Tbh he grinded them down, but you would easily be able to feel it catch into the cut cylinder.
A good door handle made to look like a lock as far as I can tell. Very nicely done
You could make a really long one with a hidden compartment inside to hide stuff important to you.. like instead of hiding a key under the mat outside put this on a wall for emergencies or make it into a puzzle with symbols instead of numbers and make a riddle and sell them online as puzzles :D
Not sure if you ever heard of a lathe or a milling machine but they’re great 😂
@John Smith show me the kind of lock for less than $25 that is available to everyone that does what this one does.
So is Home Depot.
@Scott Morgan yeah you could buy a lock for less than $25, without the tools, welder, and material cost and without wasting all that time
@Scott Morgan I really need to get a welder. I build and repair a bunch of stuff but still I have no welder....pretty much stuck soldering and braising. Unless I want to fire up the foundry and go full liquid
He actually does have a lathe though
This man really CNC and lathe with an angle grinder...... Props 👍🏻
When you realise that cutting the locker off is easier than actually trying to open the lock😂
Definitely more of a “look what i can do” and not a “heres a neat way to make something good”
@Jerry it was neat, good though, IDK about that
But it was a neat way to make something good 😕
yeah lol and it’s not even remarkable is the funny part
I bet you I can open it in less than 15 seconds without knowing the combo. It's like those cheap bike locks. So easy to feel the combo
It looks like fun. Almost anyone can make it. Love it
You have some serious skills.. If you made this just to show people, you can make a lock for the fun of it.. I can imagine the stuff that you do for work and the cool stuff around your house. I'm subbed and gonna check out your channel for some other videos that I'm sure I will like. That was cool man! I like to see what people's imaginations can come up with. Plus, I'm a Lock Guy so this was interesting to watch.. Keep doing what you're doing my man. Awesome stuff.. 👍👍👍
May i ask what cutting techniques you used for the Welding part?
ignoring all the problems of this being a effective lock it’s a super cool build for something like a tree house or puzzle box where “cracking” the combination would be really satisfying
Holy shit you’re kidding me. Even the wet bandits can get through this
If you know, you KNOW!! 😄😄😄
I just break the wood
Yes we all have metal cutting, and sauteing tools just laying around. I think it would be much cheaper to just buy an actual lock that actually works.
How do the ones with the pin spin and also go deep enough to sit in the channel you cut out? Wouldn't they not be able to move since they would hit when you try to spin them? Or am I missing something? I don't see enough play/size difference for them to fall into the cut... like if the nut inside diameter is alot smaller than the rod? Smells fishy
I like seeing these types of videos with some one that obviously has skill in welding and fabrication
Absolutely the easiest lock to pick. Slight pressure to release and rotate the tumblers till they all edge in. 8 yr old could do it.
Just hold the lock to the opening direction, move the first number and it ll move a bit, do the same with the rest, and you are done
Parabéns pela ideia genial
Очень надёжно 🙌 тем более сейф из дерева
That's pretty cool. Child proof . Looked good .good video!
Considering its a 3 code lock all you've got to do is apply tension to the bolt and spin the nuts until it naturally sets the code
Dude I am impressed, amazing craftsmanship
That looks so easy to feel for the groove and unlock it
Unbelievably AWESOME. AMAZING.
Muito bom Mas para achar o número do segredo, fica muito fácil.
Pretty cool, although should probably make the handle so it doesn't just stick out like that. Other than that, I liked this
Algo complejo, pero Genial! 👍🏻
Wouldn't the bolts just fall into place by spinning them around 1 rotation?
When your house lock is very strong. But your house is made up of mirror/glass😂😂🤣🤣
Gotta admit, this was very ingenious
Правильно тут написали - открывается секунд за 5, если не торопиться. Поворачиваешь первую гайку до сдвига, потом вторую, потом третью. Чистая декорация ))) но прикольно
Мы же русские.
Не нужен подбор. Достаточно небольшого люфта (несколько микронов), а здесь он думаю огромный (до 1 мм, если не больше). Чувствительные ручки вам в помощь. И дело в шляпе!
Подобрать код возможно, используя зазор между гайками. Но учитывая интеллектуальный уровень современных тик-токеров- этот замок вполне себе, надёжный.
Никулин с фомкой на раз открыл бы... В 80-м году батя сварил гараж под мотик с коляской, и поставил по такому типу замок самодельный , но делал его не как здесь на коленке , а на фрезерном и токарном , шесть десятигранников , открыть никто не смог , даже я когда плохо ещё помнил код , замок имел небольшой ход 15 мм, освобождал колесо , вращая за ручку которое , выходили вертикальные ригели и открывалась дверь . Одно неудобно , постоянно старшие пацаны пытались подсмотреть ))) , зимой приносил с собой маленькую , со стакан размером , паяльную лампу ...
This might slow down tweakers looking for copper to steal, but if someone really wanted to get in there, this would take less than a minute to decode. At any rate, that's all I have for you today - if you enjoyed this video, please press Like, and if you'd like to see more like it, please subscribe, and as always, have a nice day.
What is the name of this machine that instantly welds?
Seriously this is so useful in my life
This is more of a neat homemade decoration piece than a functioning lock.
Mom can we have a lock? No son,we can make it
All we need is a welder, some nuts and a metal bar and a smaaaallll obergene !
Muy bueno,te felicito my friends
Very cool. Nice work with the angle grinder.
Хорошая вещь,сделаю себе.
Clever as hell and you're a master with an angle grinder. Now if we could just get you to weld the stuff right, it might actually work rather than break off after a few uses. If it's a novelty, good job!
@Little wigglemonster I mattered enough that you felt the need to respond, though. And that's good enough for me!😘
@Your Drummer it’s the internet you don’t matter here
@Dalton Leach my Tig certs. are Aluminum up to 1/2", Steel up to 1/2", and stainless steel up to 1/2" my other certs. Are Mig welding with the same metals and I have FCAW (flux core with shielding gas) up to 1" steel only. 95% of my welding is Aluminum Tig at my current job which I've been at for the last 18 years. But before that I worked at a shop that made custom hoses for many applications. (Like those braided metal hoses you see on hot rodded cars engines for example) but they didn't require any certs. To weld there though. I've welded Incolnel braided hoses for them on occasion for the industry that used them to transfer caustic liquids. (chlorine is what I think it was, but not sure). And one thing I could tell you, is if there's something in the weld other than the base metal, filler wire or gas, ( like a speck of grit or dust) those hoses would leak when tested. It was very frustrating on several occasions. Even the stainless steel hoses were difficult, but made the same way. The corrugated inner hose was about as thick soda can, then the braided wire armor outer, couplings and any connectors had to be welded solid and tested underwater for leaks regardless of base metal. I've also welded in several Machine shops across the U.S. The aerospace certification for where I'm at now Is so the employer could be ISO 9001 certified more than anything, but I did need to pass the tests to be Certified. We do weld stuff that goes on some aircraft so it's helpful, but its mostly to keep the Iso 9001 certification.
@Your Drummer Former welder here, so just curious, not asking this in spite. What are your tig certs? I imagine if you are in aerospace you weld a lot of aluminum and exotic metals as well like inconel.
It's true. I'm an actual welder.
Me gusto mucho y la voy hacer, gracias.
Yes, very handy. 😎🤌🏻
Unless your thieves are toddlers, this "lock" will only provide a 60 second delay.., if that. Placing a slight pressure towards "opening" - to the left, try turning the key-nuts. Only one will have a little resistance. Turn that one until you feel the resistance disappear. Repeat this step for each key-nut, feeling for that slight resistance. With practice, 10+ seconds...
Wow this guy just invented the combination lock thing!
Simple yet a little effective.
Him: "Build your own lock!" The Lock: Masterlock: "You still want to make fun of us?" Me: "No, No I'll take 5 locks"
Its safe to say masterlock has a worthy competitor now
As a kid I build something like that from LEGO, it wasn't much less secure as rhis version.
Pretty clean work✊
That was impressive….. angle grinding lol
As good as a Master Lock.
🤣🤣🤣 so true
How to spend 5 hours making something that can be picked in 5 seconds. Looks cool tho 💪
Robbers: "Damn! The safe was locked we couldn't get the loot!" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
HIM: *Puts the lock into the wooden vault* IRON MACE: Let me introduce myself to you.
me after seeing this: proceeds to buy the tools to make a safe to safe my money. me after making the safe: "where's my money!?"
👏👏👏👏👏👏 не сразу понял как работает - подумав минуту сообразил 🙂
Yeah all you need is: Solid steel rod (everyone has at least 5-6 of these just laying around) Welder Welding skills Grinder Fab experience Nuts Drill to mount Screws Mounting hardware All in all a whole day and like $500..... Sure dude whatever
I suspect you can open it without the combination just by feel.
Can you please send this to LPL? It would be hilarious to have him go into the technical on every issue with this
Why do I always watch these, I know that I'm just gonna get angry
@Jason G it was waste of time, material, and effort.
To hope what is about to happen is not truly as stupid as your first instinct screams it will be.
They are designed to get your attention
At first I thought it was neat then I realized what it was and I got very irritated
The box is easier to open than trying every combination lol.
Thanks for the video I have been searching for this for a long time, now I would definitely make it .
Its a shame that lock was placed on a pine box held together with glue and tacs. Really cool lock thou !
Great job! Great idea! Thanks for sharing! 🤗
Wow! It was really fun to watch! Thank you😘
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А не проще поставить кодовый замок, чем так париться?
How do you change the combo once your 4 year old cracks it?
You could easily tell which the tumbler fits into. Just push and rotate.
Такой замок к деревянному сейфу... Очень надежно... Особенно деревянный сейф
If you ever feel like a waste of time just think of this lock
Just think how long it actually took him to do all that grinding and drilling. If this wasn't edited AND sped up, this would easily be a 4 hr video. 😁
Hexagon =6 sides 3 bolts =6^3 = just 216 probability ... very easy to open the locker🤣🤣
An oversized bike lock. Pretty cool as long as the gaps between don't allow a peak, I learned how to open one on the bus ride home from 3rd grade and was so pleased with myself since I'd claimed I could but hadn't tried yet. Just been told how I supposedly could by an older kid in my neighborhood.
OMG THIS IS REALLY AMAIZING thanks OMG THIS IS REALLY GORGEOUS
So what I got out of this is I should bring my grinder in case there's locks like this or any Locks at all? Okay
Locks like that are the easiest to get into
@Scott Morgan depends on the lock and structure
@Tyler Blubaugh u can use more than a bobby pin, fastest I've seen one get unlocked is about 2 seconds, and thats taking stuff and getting it ready lol. And if someone is picking a lock, unless they're a locksmith, they more than likely have a set of tools. Like everyone says, locks keep an honest man out.
@OreoThePanda yeah but a masterlock would require at least a bobby pin
Locks only keep the honest people out...
I feel like a rake and a masterlock can be unlocked faster than this, simply because decoding this might take 3 seconds longer.
CORRECTION: "How to make a 3 combination lock tumbler in the most wasteful, difficult way possible." Fixed that title for you.
Most of these videos are just that.
Muy ingenioso.eres un crack