Honda High Security Key Decode & Cut | Triton Key Machine
Honda Key Decoded Cut by Triton Key Machine: Decoding a Honda high-security key and then cutting the key by code is very easy on the Triton Key Machine. Slide in the High-Security Automotive jaw and follow the instructions on the menu. Select “Automotive” “Honda Accord” and Model Year 2003 to 2020. Once the Honda Key is decoded the cuts are displayed and then you can retrieve the Factory Code.
Gives you the code series. Every machine I’ve ever used, tells you that this is not in the system. It doesn’t make sense for the US, for some reason. We wanna decode the key. The menu also displays the Jaw to use and which tip mark to use. Also, the menu displays “warnings” before you decode or cut the key (eg: clear jaw of debris, etc.).
The Triton will decode the Honda Key to the cuts, you can select the Factory code and duplicate of cut the key. The Triton can compensate for key wear and set it to the Factory code. Always cut a mechanical key to test and then copy the Transponder Key. The Triton cuts quietly compared to other code machines. Cutting a key by code only takes two minutes.
Honda Key Decoded & Cut by Triton Key Machine
How To Cut A Kwikset Key Triton Key Machine: The Triton by Lock Labs is an all-in-one key cutting machine with the ability to generate & duplicate keys. Triton states they can cut 99% of all commercially available car and motorcycle keys, including single and double-edge, high security, tibbe (6 and 8-cut) and tubular. Custom search functions include the ability to search by vehicle model, keyway or IC card number. In this video, we cut a Kwikset Key (ilco KW1 Key Blank). Triton also contains a comprehensive database of commercial & residential keys and can even generate dimple cut keys.
The Triton code machine is a high-security code machine. So I’ve been using this machine for a couple of weeks now, so far happy with it. First of all, this only, the screen only comes up so far and I can see people yanking at this, I just leave it down, unless I am videoing. The interesting thing is whether this is up or down, it will still cut. So, which is great for me because I don’t have to jerry-rig anything to video. So, but it is a safety feature, this will still cut with this open. Which I don’t have a problem with, but we have to think of the stupid people out there. And can it cut a Kwikset key? Here’s a Kwikset series. I can check my KW1 blank, my key blanks right here listed under key blanks, ESP KW1, go through all my numbers all the different manufacturers, we have ilco there. It’s got all the main ones. The menu displays which jaw I got it on. It says this one should be on a B. Says it has to be cut on a B. Let’s put the key in and that’s a shoulder, check. So I have t it set up to B and I put my input. So I going to cut this. Let’s just cut it as a two, one, three, four, two and it takes it. Then I go okay, I press cut and we will go look at the screen. Now here are my options. So there’s laser-cut, which I don’t like. I like the look of the traditional key. Make sure it is on that. It’s all set up properly and press cut. Okay, now we have a Kwikset key.
Now, one thing when you are cutting the keys the machine needs a metal key brass, metal, etc. I guess because when it is setting up it must put a little bit of a charge. Do not use composite keys, no plastic keys. You will probably risk damaging the machine and I can see that, cause I think it must have some little sensor in there a little bit of electricity or something like it as it is going on there The instructions state “do not use composite keys.” No plastic keys, 3D printed key blanks, etc. I do not know the exact reason but I imagine it is because it must put out a small electrical charge. I guess aluminum keys would be okay because aluminum is a conductor of electricity Brass Key blanks of course and the metal keys and all our other different alloys but nothing that are plastic or composite key blanks. I hope you enjoyed watching this video.
Triton Key Machine Series:
The Triton by Lock Labs is an all-in-one key cutting machine with the ability to generate & duplicate keys. From automotive to residential, tibbe to tubular and even key engraving. Controlled by a 7” touchscreen, the Triton provides step-by-step guidance throughout each of its features, making it one of the easiest key cutting machines to operate. Though its core operations are very intuitive and feature for more seasoned users or for those who will read the manual.
The Triton’s direct duplication feature traces and cuts unknown keyways for those rare instances you have an original key and a compatible blank but no space and depth information.
Triton Key Machines Features:
- A 12-volt power adapter (sold separately) that will allow you to operate the machine with nothing more than the power from your vehicle cigarette lighter.
- Unlimited, free updates for the life of your machine. Machine updates occur via Wi-Fi (no need to connect to your PC).
- Removable chip tray for easy clean-up without having to unmount the machine from your bench or vehicle.
- Bolt down kit (sold separately) for the safe and secure mounting of your machine to the surface of your choice.
- A patented 4-way jaw (included) design that is capable of handling an overwhelming majority of all automotive key cutting needs.
- A fully-integrated, all-in-one design that includes onboard storage for all cutting bits and tracers.
- 2-year warranty which protects against all machine failures that result from flaws in manufacturing.
List of recommended & replacement accessories:
- TRJ2 Single-Sided Jaw (residential, commercial and single-sided automotive)
- TRJ3 Tubular Jaw (decode and cut tubular keys)
- TRJ4 Tibbe Jaw (decode and cut tibbe keys)
- TRJ5 Engraving Jaw (customize customer keys with your logo or help them stay organized with key labels)
- TRC4 Engraving Cutter
- TRC3A Sharp Dimple Cutter
- TRC3B Shallow Dimple Cutter
- TRD2 Dimple Decoder
- TRC1 2.0 Standard Replacement Cutter
- TRC2 1.9mm Cutter
- TRD1 Standard Replacement Decoder
- TBD1 Mounting Kit
- TRA4 12-Volt Vehicle Power Adapter (fully power your Triton with nothing more than than a vehicle cigarette lighter)
So stand by for more videos, it is going to be interesting.
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Terry Whin-Yates is a 3rd Generation Locksmith with a BA (Hons) Criminology. He has 35 years of experience in the locksmith and security industry and is a locksmith trainer providing On-LIne and Hands-On locksmith training to people, businesses and Law Enforcement all across North America and Asia. Terry Whin-Yates‘ BC Security License is B4227. http://mrlocksmithtraining.com/about-terry-whin-yates/