Continuous Hinge Installation Webinar – August 8th

Waynes Lock Shop has announced an upcoming webinar detailing continuous hinge installation. The webinar will take place on Thursday, August 8th and begin at 6:00 PM EST/5:00 PM CST/4:00 PM MST/3:00 PM EST. This webinar will cover the parts, tools, and procedures necessary to perform professional continuous hinge installations. This webinar is very image and video heavy, which makes it one of the most valuable resources for this topic. Here are a few screenshots to illustrate this point:



 
To register, please contact us and we will send you the registration link.

By |2019-07-30T09:00:57+00:00July 30th, 2019|All, Wayne's Lock Shop, Webinars|1 Comment

Locksmith News, Notes, and Events – 7/29/19

News

Allegion (ALLE) Q2 Earnings and Revenues Miss Estimates

Allegion plc ALLE reported disappointing results for second-quarter 2019, wherein adjusted earnings and revenues lagged the Zacks Consensus Estimate. [Read More via NASDAQ]

Lockmaker Assa Abloy Wary on Some Markets as Savings Lift Second-Quarter Profit

Assa Abloy (ASSAb.ST), the world’s biggest lock maker, reported a 28% jump in quarterly profit as savings and price hikes offset higher raw material costs but said uncertainty had increased in some markets such as Brazil, Mexico and Britain. [Read More via Reuters]

Congress Announces Bill Banning Facial Recognition in Public Housing

Yesterday, congresswomen Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), Yvette D. Clarke (NY-09) and Rashida Tlaib (MI-13) announced legislation that would prohibit the use of biometric recognition technology in most public and assisted housing units funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), with the goal of protecting tenants from “biased surveillance technology,” according to a press release from Pressley. Currently, more than two million residents live in public housing nationwide. This is the first federal legislation restricting biometric technology for use on tenants. [Read More via SDM Magazine]

The Next Great Phase of Physical Access Control

Proprietary systems, closed operating platforms and integrations that require extensive software reprogramming or modifications are finally falling out of favor in the physical security industry. A new horizon based on network-connected and IP-based products is in sight, with the promise of leveraging billions of devices soon. The digital transformation is here, and an industry that embraces and plans for seamless connectivity will be well-poised to take advantage of this rapidly changing landscape. [Read More via Security Info Watch]
For more news stories like this, please visit our News page.

Notes

Waynes Lock Shop has announced an upcoming webinar detailing continuous hinge installation. The webinar will take place on Thursday, August 8th and begin at 6:00 PM EST/5:00 PM CST/4:00 PM MST/3:00 PM EST. We will share additional information for this webinar tomorrow.
The Alabama Locksmith Association has released a few details for their 2020 Annual Trade Show. The show will take place Saturday, March 14th at the Pelham Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Pelham, Alabama. Announced vendors include Jet, Midwest, LAB, Olympus Lock, Trine, Command Access, Transponder Island, and Klassey Keys with more to come. For more information, please visit the Alabama Locksmith Association’s website.

Events

Friday, August 2nd – Saturday, August 3rd – North Carolina Locksmiths Association, Inc. Quarterly Meeting (Hickory, NC)
Saturday, August 3rd – Jason/SE Lock and Key’s Saturday Morning Live Stream.
For more events like this, please visit our Events page.

By |2019-07-29T09:00:47+00:00July 29th, 2019|All, Locksmith News|0 Comments

A3 SFIC Decoding Worksheet Added to Tools

We’ve added a decoding worksheet for A3 small format interchangeable cores (SFIC) to our Pinning and Decoding Worksheets page in the Tools section. You can use this worksheet when removing pins to decode an SFIC using an A3 system. The worksheet allows you to plot each pin position and has all measurements for A3 pins to reference. It also has a formula built in to help you quickly decode the control key.

Walter Best applied for a patent for what would become the A3 system in 1968. Granted in 1971, this patent was BEST’s first venture into a single step progression system. Unfortunately, the increment size was too small. Worn cores were especially vulnerable to key interchange and jamming (due to the small size of a #1 master pin). Eventually the A3 system was replaced in favor of A4, which utilized a larger increment size while still allowing for single step progression. There are still some A3 systems out there and at least one manufacturer was still generating new A3 systems as late as the early 21st century. Suffice to say, this worksheet is still useful!

By |2019-07-26T09:00:05+00:00July 26th, 2019|All, Tools Update|0 Comments

Locksmith News, Notes, and Events – 7/22/19

News

ABLOY USA Adds Standard Wholesale Hardware to Distributor Network

ABLOY USA continues to bolster its distributor network and has reached an agreement with New York City-based Standard Wholesale Hardware to sell high security padlocks and cylinders and other supplies to locksmiths. Supplying the community since 1945, Standard Wholesale Hardware services the Tri-State area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. [Read More via SDM Magazine]

ASIS Announces Full Keynote Speaker Lineup for GSX 2019

ASIS Int’l, a global association for security management professionals, announces its keynote lineup for the Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019, being held Sept. 8-12 in Chicago at McCormick Place. The schedule includes presentations from leading authorities with experience and expertise in international security, politics, homeland security, cybersecurity and corporate security. [Read More via Security Sales & Integration]

Federal Circuit Holds that Section 230 Locks Out Locksmiths

As we noted in our recent post on the Second Circuit case Herrick v. Grindr, LLC, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) continues to provide immunity to online intermediaries from liability for user content, despite pressure from courts and legislatures seeking to chip away at this safe harbor. The Federal Circuit case Marshall’s Locksmith Service Inc. v. Google, LLC serves as another example of Section 230’s resiliency.
In Marshall’s Locksmith, the Federal Circuit affirmed the dismissal of claims brought by 14 locksmith companies against search engine operators Google, Microsoft and Yahoo! for allegedly conspiring to allow “scam locksmiths” to inundate the online search results page in order to extract additional advertising revenue. [Read More via JD Supra]
For more news stories like this, please visit our News page.

Notes

On Friday of last week, Lockmasters announced via Twitter their acquisition of Howard Sales of El Paso, TX.

Events

Tuesday, July 23rd – Thursday, July 25th – Electronic Opening Solutions (ASSA ABLOY) (Garland, TX)
Tuesday, July 23rd – Friday, July 26th – Door Opening Essentials (ASSA ABLOY) (Carol Stream, IL)
Friday, July 26th – Intertek Qualified Hardware Installer Program Exam (ASSA ABLOY) (Ontario, CA)
Saturday, July 27th – Jason/SE Lock and Key’s Saturday Morning Live Stream.
For more events like this, please visit our Events page.

By |2019-07-22T09:00:01+00:00July 22nd, 2019|All, Locksmith News|0 Comments

Locksmith News, Notes, and Events – 7/15/19

News

S&G Appoints New CEO

Sargent and Greenleaf Inc. (S&G), a global manufacturer of high-security locks and locking systems for safes, vaults and high-security cabinets, has appointed Mark LeMire as chief executive officer of the company. [Read More via SDM Magazine]

Allegion Code Reference Guide Updated!

The Allegion Code Reference Guide has been updated. New additions include the 2018 editions of the International Building Code (IBC), International Fire Code (IFC), and NFPA 101 and the 2019 edition of NFPA 80. A download link is available via Lori Greene’s website: iDigHardware.com
For more news stories like this, please visit our News page.

Notes

Anixter recently announced a joint Mid-Atlantic roadshow with ASSA ABLOY. These roadshows will feature two classes, Basic Low-Voltage Electricity for Installers and Advanced System Design, taught by ASSA ABLOY factory trainer Rodger Schmidt. The following dates/locations have been announced:

  • August 13th – Media, PA
  • August 14th – Silver Spring, MD
  • August 15th – Richmond, VA

For more information, contact Karen Williams at Anixter – (301) 931-4726.

Events

Tuesday, July 16th – Thursday, July 18th – Corbin Russwin, Norton, Sargent and Yale Product Installation and Servicing (ASSA ABLOY) (Garland, TX)
Saturday, July 20th – Jason/SE Lock and Key’s Saturday Morning Live Stream.
Saturday, July 20th – Tennessee Organization of Locksmiths (TOOL) Forensic Locksmithing Class (Memphis, TN)
For more events like this, please visit our Events page.

By |2019-07-15T09:00:13+00:00July 15th, 2019|All, Locksmith News|0 Comments

Electrified Locks and Exit Devices Library Update

We have updated the Electrified Locks and Exit Devices page in the Library using our new format.  We have new literature and manuals for the following manufacturers:

  • Adams Rite USA
  • Alarm Controls Corp.
  • BEST Access Systems
  • BlueWave Security
  • Corbin Russwin, Inc.
  • Detex Corporation
  • DynaLock Corporation
  • Hager Companies
  • Hikvision USA
  • HOPPE North America, Inc.
  • INTELLIKEY Corporation
  • Lawrence Hardware, Inc.
  • Locksmith Dealers of America (LSDA)
  • MARKS USA
  • R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc.
  • ROFU Security International Corporation
  • SARGENT Manufacturing Company
  • Schlage
  • Seco-Larm USA, Inc.
  • Security Door Controls (SDC)
  • Southern Folger
  • Von Duprin
By |2019-07-12T09:00:00+00:00July 12th, 2019|All, Electrified Locks and Exit Devices|Comments Off on Electrified Locks and Exit Devices Library Update

Locksmith News, Notes, and Events – 7/8/19

News

Locksmith’s Pick Guns Help Some Burglars Gain Quick Access to Area Homes

For potential burglars who don’t want to kick in a door, there’s another device that is being used locally. Although they are intended for locksmiths’ use, an online search shows a variety of pick guns available to the general public. In the hands of someone who knows how to use them, entry through a locked door can occur almost instantly. [Read More via News4 San Antonio]

Lockport Schools Banned From Using Facial Recognition

The State Education Department said that it is not allowing the Lockport City School District to use or test its facial recognition security system.
Last month, the New York school district which planned to unveil a facial recognition system, intended to stop intruders, had paused the installment due to security and student privacy concerns due to state officials concern about privacy and wanted to test it out before the technology was implemented in September. [Read More via Security Magazine]
For more news stories like this, please visit our News page.

Notes

ALOA will host their first webinar in nearly 7 years this week. On Wednesday, July 10th, an Ethics webinar will take place starting at 6:00 PM CST. This webinar will earn you 1 CEU/AEU credit and pricing is $30 per person. To register, please contact Jim Hancock at education@aloa.org.
Speaking of webinars, we will host our second webinar in conjunction with WaynesLockShop.com this Thursday, July 11th. The topic of the webinar will be “Creating Pinning Charts for Small Format Interchangeable Cores (SFIC)” and it will start at 6:00 PM EST. This is a free webinar and a few spots still remain. To register, please contact us.

Events

Tuesday, July 9th – Thursday, July 11th – Electronic Opening Solutions (ASSA ABLOY) (Monroe, NC)
Wednesday, July 10th – ALOA Ethics Webinar
Thursday, July 11th – Creating Pinning Charts for Small Format Interchangeable Cores (SFIC) Webinar
Saturday, July 13th – Jason/SE Lock and Key’s Saturday Morning Live Stream.
Saturday, July 13th – 2019 Lancaster Lock Show (Morgantown, PA)
Sunday, July 14th – Penn-Ohio Locksmith Association (POLA) July Meeting (Canton, OH)
For more events like this, please visit our Events page.

By |2019-07-08T09:00:24+00:00July 8th, 2019|All, Locksmith News|0 Comments

Introducing Lock.Chat

Introduction

Our Slack chat was a great success but we needed something a bit more robust and conducive to our goals. We wanted an online community that allowed the sharing and archiving of lock related files (videos, PDFs, documents) in addition to chat features. Slack allowed us some of that but not all; we were at the behest of a provider and our capabilities were capped. With that said, I’d like to introduce

Lock.Chat


Utilizing the free, open-source Rocket.Chat platform, we have created a new community at https://lock.chat/ using our own VPS. This puts us in complete control of what we can accomplish with this community. The community heart of the community are the channels, or areas of discussion. The channels are where we communicate and share information, pictures, files, and more.
Lock-related channels include:

  • Locks
  • Locksmithing
  • Locksport
  • Safes

We also have a few “off-topic” channels:

  • Food
  • Gardening
  • Telephones

If you participated in the original LockReference.com Slack, your transition will be seamless because the two platforms are almost identical. If you are new to either, I think you’ll find https://lock.chat is very easy to use. Best of all https://lock.chat is on available all platforms: web, desktop, and mobile (Android, iOS, Windows). Registration is easy, simply navigate to https://lock.chat in your browser and complete the signup process. Once you have done so, you can use your login information to access the community via the Rocket.Chat app (server URL is, you guessed it, lock.chat).
Please take a moment to sign up and come visit us over at https://lock.chat – I think you’ll find your experience very enjoyable!
 

By |2019-07-03T09:00:20+00:00July 3rd, 2019|All, Locksmith News|0 Comments

Locksmith News, Notes, and Events – 7/1/19

News

ASSA ABLOY Launches New Adams Rite Wireless Glass Lock, Securitron Magnalock


ASSA ABLOY introduces two new opening solutions — the Adams Rite G100 wireless digital glass lock with Aperio technology and the Securitron M380E EcoMag Magnalock. The Adams Rite G100 extends access control to all-glass doors while the Securitron M380E EcoMag provides increased efficiency over the previous M380 Series. [Read More via Security Sales & Integration]

How Long Before Amazon Begins Selling ‘Surveillance as a Service’?

An Amazon patent details how drones could be used to surveil customers’ properties between deliveries, ostensibly without comprising their privacy. [Read More via Security Sales & Integration]
For more news stories like this, please visit our News page.

Notes

IML Security Supply has announced the dates and locations for 3 of their 2020 Security Expos:

  • February 5th – 7th Salt Lake City, UT
  • March 4th – 6th Universal City, CA
  • June 10th – 12th Scottsdale, AZ

For more information, visit www.imlss.com.

Events

Saturday, July 6th – Jason/SE Lock and Key’s Saturday Morning Live Stream.
For more events like this, please visit our Events page.

By |2019-07-01T09:00:10+00:00July 1st, 2019|All, Locksmith News|0 Comments
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