SporkChubb Handcuff Key

by CodeCreations, published

SporkChubb Handcuff Key by CodeCreations Aug 16, 2012

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"No really, officer -- it's just a spork!"

This is for when you get into trouble harassing people with other Sporks of Fury. Er -- I mean, this is for authorized law enforcement officers who like to eat on the go.

(Seriously, though: I have no idea if this is real, but if it is then don't even think about trying to use them to get out of a situation you've been put into lawfully. But if you're kidnapped, cuffed, and thrown in the trunk, then maybe this could be your out!)


1) Print. (Use support material.)

2) Run around the neighborhood like an 8 year old playing Water Balloon Freeze Tag -- but be sure there are no kids around. Eventually you'll get picked up by some nice people in uniforms, and if you ask nicely you might get a chance to experiment with the spork.

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Check your local laws before printing sporks! Some places have pretty strict anti-spork ordinances.

I presume it needs support?

Yes, good point. The spork actually prints pretty well with support. I haven't actually printed this one, so please post a picture if you do!

I'll update the instructions.

It's real... the designs were shown at a recent hacker conference and during their presentation they promised to share the designs on Thingiverse. And true to their word, they are now shared on Thingiverse! :)