M.A.C.S. For Yale 8

Anybody got the M.A.C.S. for this?
Uses ILCO Y1 or LSDA 999...
Good old S&D book would'nt tell..Think I need a new one..Any
recomendations??
Thanks,
goma.
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goma865
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funny, books dont usually tell..
but.. my .003 pinning kit says for the .019 spacing, tis 5..
--Shiva--
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--Shiva--
me too, but havent found one.. Framons depth and Space book doesnt say, either
--Shiva--
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--Shiva--
High Tech tools, some years back, issued a 'book' with the tool update. It listed the SC, the CC, depth of cuts, and the MACS.. FOR THE CAR KEYS.. along with the blanks and sub blanks..
now i WISH someone would do it for REGULAR keys as well.. Framon has all BUT the macs.. --Shiva--
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--Shiva--
What Yale uses at the factory is a 100 degree included angle cutter and a MACS of 5. BBE.
goma865 wrote: > > Anybody got the M.A.C.S. for this? > Uses ILCO Y1 or LSDA 999... > > Good old S&D book would'nt tell..Think I need a new one..Any > recomendations?? > > Thanks, > goma.
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Billy B. Edwards Jr.
British Yale seemed to use a MACS of 4, both for ordinary and multiplex (at least on keys around the 1960's). The spacing I measured at the time was 0.5mm (using vernier callipers to measure the 0 - 9 distance) which is near enough to 0.19in. A difference of five would have definitely undercut an adjacent high cut.
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Peter
High Tech tools, some years back, issued a 'book' with the tool update. It listed the SC, the CC, depth of cuts, and the MACS.. FOR THE CAR KEYS.. along with the blanks and sub blanks..
Like the AutoSmart also.We need CylinderSmart-LOL
goma.
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goma865

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