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How to Create Custom Key Profiles with Triton Plus

Have you ever encountered a situation where you can't find a key code in the system or the key depths or spacing are not accurate? It can be frustrating, but with the Triton Plus and similar machines, you can create custom key profiles to get the job done. In this post, we'll walk you through the steps to create a custom key profile using the Triton Plus.

Firstly, navigate to custom keys on the Triton screen. It's important to note that this process requires some professional locksmith knowledge. From here, you have two options; load from profile ID or add a new key from scratch. If you choose to load from a profile ID, find the card number that is similar to what you need and then take that and put it into the custom key. If you opt to add a new key from scratch, choose the type of key you need and then begin manually entering in the space information.

Next, you can adjust the depth information quickly and easily. Lastly, put in the entire key width, measure it with bare calipers if necessary, and put in any desired name. Once you have all the information, you can save it and you're good to go.

It's important to remember that customizing key profiles can save you time and improve your workflow. While it may take some practice and experimentation, the sky's the limit in terms of what you can customize.

In conclusion, creating custom key profiles with Triton Plus is an efficient way to get the job done when you can't find the key code or the key depths and spacing are not accurate. With this process, you can customize key profiles to your specific needs and improve your workflow. So, next time you encounter a challenging situation, consider creating a custom key profile with Triton Plus.

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