admitted total hack job
Posted 19 January 2015 - 07:31 PM
found a piece of Ti in my basement and went to work
I drilled and tapped the key and the Ti blank and double stick taped the remote to it. This works fine for a spare key to sit in the cabinet. The key is so small that it had to be attached to something larger for leverage so my wife could turn it (she had carpal tunnel surgery and has seriously reduced hand strength) .
- Airth likes this
Posted 19 January 2015 - 09:24 PM
I was hoping to see duct tape somewhere on that thing Remember, duct tape is like the force: it has a dark side and a light side, and it keeps the universe stuck together !
Gorilla tape is better. The glue even more so.
Looks good to me Duff. Your quote is accurate. Nothing is stupid if it gets the job done right.
- Vanessa Kitty likes this
Posted 02 July 2017 - 01:34 PM
If it works then good enough. $175 wow, yup I would have come up with something else.
Before scrolling down the photos I stopped and wondered how I would have dealt with this.
1/ put the fob guts in a small altoids tin
2/ make a housing out of hot glue
3/ I've got 3 small slide top containers that fit in a regular altoids tin
That was all in 5 seconds.
4/ A tic tac bottle
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