Capable of cutting automotive, residential, commercial, high-security and flat keys, the CodeMax Computerized Code Machine from HPC Inc., has an internal computer chip that contains Depth and Space Data (DSD) for more than 900 different lock types. This machine can accommodate keys with up to 14 spaces and 14 depths; it also has a micrometer function in both inch and metric formats. This versatility allows it to cut virtually all standard vehicle, commercial, residential and furniture keys throughout the world. It includes 5 cutters (No. CW-14MC, No. CW-1011, No. CW-47MC, No. CW-90MC and No. CW-20FM), and the high-performance, long-life motor on CodeMax provides ample torque for cutting a high volume of keys. It is available in 120VAC or 240VAC for use in locksmith shops around the world.
CodeMax Computerized Code Machine
From HPC Inc.
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