Engineer wrote:Yes, unfortunately it will push up costs, but what is the alternative?
If the locking pin is always in the same place, then you have a lock you can bump (just don't turn it too far), stick a hook up 3, 4, or wherever you always locate the trap pin and press hard against the top pin in that position as you rotate the cylinder and all your good work gets bypassed.
Sorry, just a thought...
Yeah i totally see that. I don't think there's many options left really.
Personally I would move on and try to design a different lock altogether.