Cryptex type_c. Flash drive with secret mechanical lock


-USB specification : USB3

Case: Brass

Wall Thickness: 1.5mm

Lock digits: 4

Key combination: unlimited


-Mechanical lock

-100% Handmade

-Handmade USB flash drive built in with mechanical lock. This is a toy puzzle. You may even consider that this is a tactical toy. Rotate the gears and you open the container, of course, if you know the code.


UPD 24.04.2016 i just found photo of assembly. Check step 2

Step 1: What I Plan to Do, and More Photos

This cryptex assembled from 21 parts.

In future i want build cryptex with 2 and 3 secret locks

What i want add in future

1. + electromechanical lock. If someone open external casing - flash drive will be still blocked

2. + Cryptosystem that encode data on memory bank

Step 2: Assembly

I just found photo of assembly

Not all parts. Instructable will be updated soon

<p>Where is the inscructable you promised?</p><p>I'm still excited and waiting^^&deg;</p><p>I need to make my boyfriend a christmas present! :)</p>
<p>i have time only for this <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Cryptex-Typea-Flash-Drive-Holderwallet/">https://www.instructables.com/id/Cryptex-Typea-Flas...</a></p><p>this device can be 3d-printed</p>
<p>Cool but were is the instructions on how to build it?</p>
i have drawings only on paper and it not finished. avery cryptex that i assembly have new parts or new idea... finished drawings i'll attach to this instructable in 3-4 month(with howto assembly). now i can attach only photos with comments how some parts build.<br>also in two week check my instructables. i'll add full howto to cryptex type_a (classical cryptex from wood and from brass) and cryptex type_e from wood
<p>cant wait to see it...just love the style and look on the stuff you make..The nixie watch is the favorite so far..</p>
So cool! Great work!
I'll take three.
<p>Check my web-page or etsy store</p>

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