bitting position

   the location of a key cut

Locksmith dictionary . 2014.

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  • Bitting — A bitting is the part of the key that actually engages the tumblers to activate the lock. Bittings are often represented as a code which instructs how a key is to be cut by a locksmith. The bitting is usually a series of integers (e.g. 372164)… …   Wikipedia

  • total position progression —   n.    a process used to obtain key bittings in a master key system wherein bittings of change keys differ from those of the top master key in all bitting positions …   Locksmith dictionary

  • progression column —   n.    a listing of the key bitting possibilities available in one bitting position as displayed in a column of the key bitting array …   Locksmith dictionary

  • binary type cylinder or lock —   n.    a cylinder or lock whose combination only allows for two bitting possibilities in each bitting position …   Locksmith dictionary

  • binary cut key —   n.    a key whose combination only allows for two possibilities in each bitting position: cut/no cut …   Locksmith dictionary

  • one pin master key —   n.    a master key for all combinations obtained by progressing only one bitting position …   Locksmith dictionary

  • progressive —   n.    any bitting position which is progressed rather than held constant …   Locksmith dictionary

  • Horse tack — Tack is a term used to describe any of the various equipment and accessories worn by horses in the course of their use as domesticated animals. Saddles, stirrups, bridles, halters, reins, bits, harnesses, martingales, and breastplates are all… …   Wikipedia

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