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Really nicely done mate. Looking forwards to some more renders!
For anyone interested, you can produce decent models using free software. Use Google Sketchup for the modelling, then use Kerkythea for the rendering.
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nice work, clean and simple to understand
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Good work, with your images its very easy to understand how lock work, thanks for images
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Very impressive. And cool to see another Norwegian on the forum (I live in Florida, but I'm from Norway. And I'm also named Stian.)
As has already been pointed out, I doubt that last pin would actually be present in the lock. I suppose you could always take it out, but even cooler might be to extend the rendered key a bit so that last pin would turn into an actual key position.
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