How to progress keys using the Xhorse Dolphin XP005 cut by single-bitting function? Here’s going to use Nissan lock as an example. I’ve got 8 cuts from the door but without first two positions.
When to use Cut By Single-Bitting?
If you have a key that only needs to correct one or two of these positions, then this function can come in handy. Since I only have the blank key, I’ll cut it first and then correct the first 2 positions.
Cutting by bitting >> DA34 10 Bitting >> OK
Enter in our known cuts here: ?? 32232432
Find bitting >> Nissan
There are 4 possibilities, so I’m just going to select the first one: 1232232432
Cut key >> Continue
Xhorse Dolphin starts working…
We can test it once done.
But if it doesn’t work for the lock, that’s when we can use the function.
How to use Cut By Single-Bitting?
There are 2 ways can find the function:
Method 1. Cut after Find Bitting
Reinstall the same key back to Xhorse Dolphin clamp.
Re-select the second option: 2332232432
Click “Cut by single-bitting”.
Here we can just select the first cut and the second cut.
Dolphin XP005 will cut key faster in this way.
Method 2. Cut Directly in Key Option
- For example in Nissan DA34 option, we can select “Cut by single-bitting” function down at the key diagram.
- Similarly, then we can select the single positions need to be modified.
- Dolphin machine will only cut the selected cut after pressing “Cutting”.
This is how to use cut by single-bitting function to improve your work on Xhorse Key Cutting Machine.