DISCLAIMER: You must hand file the key that this generates. It is a work in progress.
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU STICK THIS IN YOUR CAR DOOR AND JAM IT UP!
USE ONLY FOR LEGAL, RESPONSIBLE REASONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH A VEHICLE THAT YOU OWN. ANY OTHER USE IS LIKELY VERY BAD OR ILLEGAL.
Update 4/15/19: Just got my new decoder lock pick to decode daughter's door lock.
Then I can put in the key code and I hope to use this code and some hand files to make a working emergency key for her. I just received my blank keys from AliExpress too!
This is a tool to print a "CY24" based mechanical key that fits many Dodge and Chrysler products.
I'm developing it as part of my own hobby/education in LockSport and lock smithing.
Based on information from around the internet,and caliper measurements of a CY24 key blank, I am attempting to make a working emergency backup key for my daughter's 2013 Dodge Charger.
Before I can do so, I have to pick her lock and decode it with a special tool from Lishi.
Once I have the correct bitting for the 7 of 8 cuts used for the door, I should be able to print a key to get in the next time her dog locks her out of her car. (She is missing her emergency key.)
So far I have the spacings and depths correct I believe. That is, this should produce a key with the correct key code. BUT, currently it will still need hand filing to keep it from hanging up in the keyway. This is a first pass, and I simply used rectangular cuts as a guide to where to file and to what depths.
The OpenSCAD code is VERY ugly. It is my first attempt at making a customizable item, and I already can see much that can be improved, LOL.
I'm going to publish it anyway and see if I get interest or feedback.
There are similar tools here for Kwikset and Schlage locks, and they inspired me to do this as I try to learn OpenSCAD.