arkwright Posted March 17, 2022 Share Posted March 17, 2022 I have two cases, the common wooden hexagonal cases used by Crabb about 1910. The same key will lock them both, but I only have one; looking for another. I would describe it as a tube with one tooth; the stem is about 19 mm long, and in the tooth there are two small cuts. I don't know whether those cuts are necessary for the key to work. There is a pin in the middle of the keyhole, and the stem is a tube so it can be inserted around the pin. Are replacement keys available anywhere? Does anyone have a spare? Has anyone tried to reproduce a key by 3-D printing? Thanks for any help! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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