How do you make a key mold?
Key Moulds can only be made by crafting and are never found in inmates' desks or sold by inmates. In order to make a Key Mould, first make a Wad of Putty. Then knock out the desired guard, open his inventory, and remove the key. Craft the key together with the wad of putty to make a key Mould of the color key. via
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How do you mold a key with clay?
How do you make a copy of a key with clay? (video)
Can you mold a key from a lock?
CRACKING THE CODE. If the lock is able to be disassembled a locksmith can crack the code of the key and create a key to match. Once a locksmith has pulled the lock apart and deciphered the type of pins and their order, a key can be made to match. via
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Can you make a key for a lock without the original?
Can I make a duplicate key without the original? It's possible to have a duplicate key made without the original. If you don't have the original key or it has been too worn down over time, you'll need to see a professional locksmith who can use a code cutter to identify the groove depths of your lock's key code. via
Is there a key that can open all locks?
A skeleton key (also known in North America as a passkey) is a type of master key in which the serrated edge has been removed in such a way that it can open numerous locks, most commonly the warded lock. The term derives from the fact that the key has been reduced to its essential parts. via
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How do you get a key made that says do not duplicate?
First, if you want to get a restricted key copied, then you need to get permission from the owner before the key can be copied. This permission needs to be given with specific documentation that specifies that you can have copies. Then, you will need to take this permission to the original locksmith. via
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Are there keys that Cannot be duplicated?
The biggest question many people have when it comes to keys being duplicated by a locksmith are the keys labeled as "Do Not Duplicate". These keys seem like they shouldn't be able to be duplicated, but that's a myth. There are no regulations or laws keeping a key with "Do Not Duplicate" on it from being duplicated. via
Can I get a key made from the VIN number?
As long as you can prove ownership of your vehicle a car key can be made with the Vehicle Identification Number aka VIN number. Once a key code is pulled from the VIN number a car key can be cut. *However most vehicles keys also have transponders in them and need be programmed to the car. via
How do you get a key to an old lock?
The first step is to remove one of the locks and take it in to an antiques store or a locksmith that has a collection of old bit keys, often called skeleton keys. If you're lucky, you'll find a key that actually slides into the keyhole and throws the bolt, and your quest will be over. via