lock-experts.com

It is time to come out with my new company: lock-experts.com

Over the years I have been being hired by some of the most serious players in the lock industry. Normally for things like training, presentations, workshops, education, plain advice, R&D, special toolmaking and more. It is work I love to do, and with the help of some friends I am going to expand it.

More about lock-experts.com soon. I hope the website is up before visiting Aloa

(small update 19/07/11 : created a PGP key)

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10 Responses to “lock-experts.com”

  1. Squelchtone says:

    Barry, I wish you much success on your new venture! You’re an asset to our community and everyone appreciates all the hard work you have done over the years. We look forward to your continued success and new and exciting projects!

    Squelchtone
    TOOOL Boston

  2. Mitch says:

    Congrats Barry certainly got a good domain for it too!

  3. Emiel van Kessel says:

    Good luck Barry, I was wondering when the site get launced

  4. mh says:

    A very suitable name, and I know your customers will be very pleased with your work, as they have been in the past.
    Congratulations, and good luck for the future!
    Best
    Michael

  5. David says:

    Congrats Mr. Wells! I look forward to it! I may not leave a lot of feedback, but I truly do visit your site on a weekly basis looking for updates!

  6. Karin Spaink says:

    Wat geweldig, gefeliciteerd!

  7. ewout says:

    Super stap, Barry. Heel veel succes gewenst, en tot de volgende Toool.

  8. Walter Belgers says:

    Turning your hobby into your profession! Congrats!

  9. Adam says:

    I don’t see a contact but I found this looking for “lock experts” on google, so here’s a question for an expert.

    Is there a deadbolt on the market with the following characteristics:
    1) Unlocks from inside by hand
    2) Does not lock from inside
    3) Locks and unlocks from outside with a key.

  10. Jonathan Wilson says:

    I am not a lock expert but I think what you want may be something called a “Schoolhouse Deadbolt”.

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