Issue 25 / Week 18 / 2021
There are 18 entries in this issue.
This is a hand-picked selection of posts that may teach you something about designing and building your own custom keyboard.
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Issue 25, personal favorites, new domain coming soon, performance tweaks, issue 24 follow-up, new supporters and subscriber record. (more)
The LCK75, a 75% through-hole keyboard by TheLysol_27, is now open sourced. (more)
A Sesame designed by _vastrox_/elmo and built by kmrnewworkplace. (more)
The Callisto 2 is a 3D printable computer by LowBudgetTech. (more)
The RaspberryPERK (Pi Emergency and Recovery Kit) is a cyberdeck by Philipp1887. (more)
The Matcha59 is a hand-wired, angled, 3D-printable Preonic alternative by rykbio. (more)
The TRIFL alpha is a new keycap profile by rutomoda. (more)
This is a banana shaped 3D printed macropad by dapperrogue with STL files. (more)
The Spacepad Micro is a tiny universal macropad by SouthPawEngineer. (more)
The CorkBoard60 is a prototype by carvallegro - of cork. (more)
Ideas and tools by Battle(non)sense to test input lag. Posted by _ChickenRun. (more)
Some force curve measurements of progressive springs by GreenPylons. (more)
This is a list of 14 sound tests published this week in a single megapack. (more)
The World Typewriter is an index typewriter from the 1880s. Posted by Sup-Bird. (more)
Full kanji keyboard spotted by whiteknight128. (more)
1986 Japanese release of the Apple 'Mackintosh Plus' Keyboard. (M0110AJ). Posted by hewplah.
An old IBM Terminal keyboard from the 70s posted by Snoo_56172.
A Fadal CNC 88 spotted by Javilen17. (more)