A contemporary split built with scavenged Hall-effect switches and caps from a vintage keyboard.
Riskable published his magnetic switches' OpenSCAD and KiCAD footprint files.
The STeMCell is a STM32 based development board with Pro Micro pinout – designed by u/megamind4089.
Lots of small developments, new vendors, new discount codes, Videoton terminal, etc.
Ben Vallack's video demonstrates a workflow of making your custom PCB with Ergopad, Ergogen and KiCAD.
A classy detachable split prototype with slightly scooped case/plate.
My latest acquisition is this quite rare Videoton terminal made in Hungary in the early '80s.
A ZMK Atreus by u/blawb with resin keycaps.
The Mist by defiant00 is a one-handed, mirrored keyboard with an own firmware and chording layout.
A Lumberjack-inspired ARM-powered 5x12 ortho by Richard Goulter, compatible with the GH-60 case.
The main stages and impressions of Tanukishouten switching to Colemak during the holidays.
A lobster-themed open-source Sweep/Ferris derivative by Jim Merricks White.
Open-source thumb paddles by Troy Fletcher – for activating switches with less thumb motion.
The PD40 is a 40% handwired wireless ortho by Peter Dye – with case files and build log.
Little Big Scroll is an open-source macropad with encoder designed by Tweetydabirdie.
Quick news, KBD Time Machine, Benjamin Renner and his keyboard designs, typing with your thoughts, December stats updated, etc.
The Skean by Alexander Krikun is an open-source wireless MX/Alps split with onboard controller.
An actual battle station from the USS Midway Museum. Posted by yagtechceo.
A thumb-cluster adjusted Corne, the Thorne, by half_dane.
Files of the Nijuni, a wireless-focused Corne-like split with more aggressive stagger, were released by Alexander Krikun.
Borteese's Je Sus is a well-documented open-source 49-key board.
Open-source full body sandwich cases for the Corne and Lily58 by atlantesque.
The Protomic DataStealth is an elusive monoblock split from the '90s, designed by Benjamin Rossen.
Atreis PCB by Jesus Climent.
A split keyboard by ak66666 with thumb keys raised above the rest.
A 3D printed case of a custom 75% handwired keyboard by toastteebun.
The open-source SKUF is an attempt to standardize the rubber feet used for custom mechanical keyboard projects.
THEBRICK is a cyberdeck with Raspberry Pi 4, a 7.9" wide screen and a Planck.
It seems Fujitsu made ALPS keyboards. An Oasys spotted by by May_1.
The latest working build of the custom Squeezebox split ergonomic keyboard by focusaurus.