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Went to a job on Friday. key broken in a brisant t/turn on a front door.

The wife tells me her husband's brother lives in Australia and he wants the husband do a bit of work around his flat. Unfortunately the Husband doesn't have a key but does have a 3D printer. Hubby is (apparently) a very smart dental technician, prints a key for his own front door as a tester before going on to print a key from a picture for his brother's place.

The key works in his front door but it breaks when he tries to remove it.

The debris comes out in 4 or 5 pieces and I tell her to get the number off of the brisant key. Job done.

They've been living with this for 3 months due to the embarrassment factor of calling a locksmith. 

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