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Lock Caddy Cradle

Lock Caddy Cradle

When you hear the word cradle, what comes to mind? For me, the song, the cats in the cradle and the silver spoon, comes to mind. I don't know why; maybe I'm weird. But for a lot of you, I'm guessing, when you hear the word cradle, you think of something you put a baby in. And that kind of makes sense, right? We want something to protect them, something that's comfortable and safe, and all that fun stuff. And now you're probably wondering why are we talking about babies and cradles? The answer is if you work with the SFIC course, you now have a cradle for your course!


When pinning an SFIC core, what you want is a place to put your core. One of the harder parts about SFIC is if you're pinning it. You have to set it down and sometimes when you put it down, some pins come out. So, having something to put your core at while you're working is handy.

The lock caddy SFIC cradle has holes to screw it down. So, if you have an SFIC pinning station, you can get this thing set up exactly where you want it to have all your fun.


You can use the hole where the cylinder goes as an ejector. It'll just catch the pins for you. Pop it upside down, grab your ejector, and pop them through right in the middle. Slide it around as you need it. So that's a little extra cool little feature.



Great feature to add is the SFIC pinning tray. A place to put your core in, set the pinning tray on top and it'll help you pin up some core if you like.


The Lock Caddy SFIC cradle allows you to set up the Go-No-Go on top of it to let you know if you’ve pinned it properly or not. A tool you can utilize!


Another cool tool that you can use with it is the stamping plate. You can put this block on top to help you line up and make some good stamps.



Install the core inside the lock caddy SFIC cradle and put the stamping plate on top of it. The Lock Caddy wants you to use 332nd but I used an inch and an eighth young brother to put a couple of A’s on it. Give it a good whack.


It looks professional, and I think the hardest part about stamping things manually is not being able to line them up.


There you have it, the SFIC LockCaddy Cradle. If that's something that you think can help you become a better Lock Boss and be more efficient, go ahead and check out the links where you can purchase them. I always want to know what you think and if you have any input, please put it in the comments and include the #LockBoss to automatically get entered into win one to five free prizes we give away every week on YouTube. Thank you, and we'll see you next time!

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