3-D Printed Lock Enclosures
Quantity Available: 1 per model


Enclosures for the following cylinder profiles
Profile Price Notes
ABUS IC Core $5.10USD No hardware included. Proprietary abus IC core cyinders that resemble the SFIC/FSIC shape.
Australian Oval $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits the only Australian Oval cylinder I've ever had. Due to lack of availability, I am unsure what other cylinders this will fit.
Brinks 30MM $3.95USD No hardware included. Fits the (usually brass) Brinks 30MM padlocks.
Cam Lock W/ Body $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits cam style locks that still have their bodies (no exposed sidebar). This was modeled to fit a Medeco cam but many other cam locks fit this.
Cam Lock W/O Body $4.25USD No hardware included. Fits cam style locks that do NOT have their bodies (exposed sidebar). This was modeled to fit a Medeco cam but many other cam locks fit this.
Euro Cylinder $4.95USD Mounting hardware included. Fits 30mm (from face to center of mounting hole) Euro cylinders, both half and full length. OEM euro mounting screw recommended.
KIK $5.20USD Mounting hardware included. Fits most KIK cylinders. Comes with some adaptors for smaller KIK cylinders (masterlock, american lock, etc). Does not fit Schlage F-Series KIK.
Masterlock 141D $3.75USD No hardware included. Fits the plastic-wrapped 141D 40mm padlocks.
Medeco LFIC W/ Control Key $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits traditional LFIC with standard control lug. Control key is required. Cylinder locks into the enclosure. The thin collar style control lug does not work in this enclosure.
Medeco LFIC W/O Control Key $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits traditional LFIC with standard control lug. Control key not required. The thin collar style control lug does not work in this enclosure.
Mortise Cylinder $4.00USD Mounting hardware included. Fits your standard 1 1/8" mortise cylinder.
Schlage FSIC $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits Schlage FSIC cylinders. Control key not required. Cylinder can lock and release from enclosure without control key via access hole.
SFIC W/ Control Key $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits SFIC cylinders. Control key required. Cylinder locks into the enclosure.
SFIC W/O Control Key $5.10USD No hardware included. Fits SFIC cylinders. Control key not required.


::Updates::
    2020/03/07
    Euro Cylinder enclosure tweaked to accommodate half cylinders better. Some half cylinders were being countersunk and the actuators not being able to rotate.

    2019/06/15
    Medeco LFIC (with control key) enclosure modified to be much easier to engage the control lug. There were some instances where the lug would not fully engage into the enclosure.

    2019/01/15
    New model for Masterlock 141D 40mm padlocks.

    2019/01/12
    New model for Brinks 30mm padlocks.

    2019/01/02
    KIK enclosure modified to accept KIK cylinders with ridge on bottom.

    2019/01/01
    Newer models of enclosures no longer use the M2.5 metric hardware once I run out of pre-printed stock. They use 6-32x1" thumb screws (McMaster-Carr https://www.mcmaster.com/90181a153) and 6-32x1/4"x3/32" nuts (McMaster-Carr https://www.mcmaster.com/90730A007)

    2018/11/02
    I've tightened the Schlage FSIC model as it seems most FSIC cylinders have too much wiggle room.

    2018/09/12
    If you don't mind a cosmetic blemish, I have half-off versions of these at https://www.ebay.com/itm/202435357857

    2018/07/21
    New printer acquired, much nicer prints are being produced on new stock.

    2018/05/08
    I have re-worked the KIK holder and its inserts. The inserts are keyed into the enclosure now and will not fall out easily.


Common Questions
How tight is tight enough?
The nuts/bolts only need to be barely finger tight. Their job is simply to keep the lock from falling out of the enclosure. Over-tightening can crack the plastic.

How do I know if my cylinder will fit?
Don't worry, I get this a lot. Just shoot me a message, preferably with a photo of your cylinder (with some sort of standardized size reference) and I can help guide you.

Can I use these in a vise?
Some people do, but I do not recommend it. These are round objects which are not very conducive for use in a vise. It is also very easy to over-tighten in a vise which can break the enclosure.

Can I drill into them?
These enclosures are not solid plastic. Drilling through the outer shells will not provide you a hole with any sort of rigidity.