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Wenger Locking System 2316

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Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #30 on: May 01, 2015, 04:35:27 AM »
Btw, a post takeover S54 tool chest plus


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Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #31 on: May 01, 2015, 05:30:11 AM »
Well...it's sizable.

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Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #32 on: May 01, 2015, 06:33:18 AM »
Hey Caranthanus

Thanks for the brilliant photos of the W padlock system - Superb :)
I love this feature - I wish Vic would bring it back.

One wee technical question.....
How did you manage to get a photo of the padlock button when it is depressed, and bending the spring 'down', without anything appearing to be pressing on it?? !!
Did you photoshop out your finger - or hold it down using some invisible/hidden force??

I also got a bit confused at the bottom of page one with the philosphical section on feelings and facts and confidence - But I think I get it.

BTW - When I said 'depressed' above - I am not talking about the feelings of the padlock button - rather its physical state!!  :D
« Last Edit: May 01, 2015, 08:57:04 AM by Huntsman »
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Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #33 on: May 01, 2015, 07:25:02 PM »
Hey Caranthanus

Thanks for the brilliant photos of the W padlock system - Superb :)
I love this feature - I wish Vic would bring it back.

One wee technical question.....
How did you manage to get a photo of the padlock button when it is depressed, and bending the spring 'down', without anything appearing to be pressing on it?? !!
Did you photoshop out your finger - or hold it down using some invisible/hidden force??

I also got a bit confused at the bottom of page one with the philosphical section on feelings and facts and confidence - But I think I get it.

BTW - When I said 'depressed' above - I am not talking about the feelings of the padlock button - rather its physical state!!  :D
:cheers:
I was already a bit worried that you may miss this thread, since you're the "main culprit" for its appearance, as you would remember from time of my previous Wenger mod :D



How did you manage to get a photo of the padlock button when it is depressed, and bending the spring 'down'...
No photoshop ... just The Force was strong with me
>:D First I've tried pushing it down several times in those configuration with just outside liner as shown in the photos to see what's going on and how. Then I had taken off the opposite tool (flat phillips screwdriver in the case) to free the spring tension effect, and then I had made as much as possible real-alike representation of that situation. This is (was) needed only for the very initial push to free the blade tang, once the blade tang is freed, then the blade tang do the trick of pushing down the spring and making free space for lock button falling down :angel:

Btw, glad to see you've gotten out the difference between feelings and physical state (of matter) ;)
Global Moderator No Life Club Posts: 2,484
Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #34 on: May 01, 2015, 11:14:58 PM »
:cheers:
I was already a bit worried that you may miss this thread, since you're the "main culprit" for its appearance, as you would remember from time of my previous Wenger mod :D

Yes I remember...so an even bigger thanks  :tu:
I am very honoured and grateful that you made the post.

And also very happy others appreciated it too  :D

Good work  :salute:
Hero Member Posts: 642
Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #35 on: May 02, 2015, 05:54:59 AM »

Hey Caranthanus

Thanks for the brilliant photos of the W padlock system - Superb :)
I love this feature - I wish Vic would bring it back.

One wee technical question.....
How did you manage to get a photo of the padlock button when it is depressed, and bending the spring 'down', without anything appearing to be pressing on it?? !!
Did you photoshop out your finger - or hold it down using some invisible/hidden force??

I also got a bit confused at the bottom of page one with the philosphical section on feelings and facts and confidence - But I think I get it.

BTW - When I said 'depressed' above - I am not talking about the feelings of the padlock button - rather its physical state!!  :D
the force is strong with this spring


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Full Member Posts: 105
Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #36 on: May 02, 2015, 06:12:19 PM »
Great post, thanks!

I always wondered how these would work

Every day keychain - Midnite Manager
Most days backpack - CyberTool M
Expedition combo - Traveller Lite + Rebar

:) Fortunately I don't need anything else :)
No Life Club Posts: 1,775
Re: Wenger Locking System
« Reply #37 on: May 02, 2015, 10:57:48 PM »
  :salute: :salute: :salute:

 

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