Keyboard Builders' Digest
Save 5% at Dangkeebs! Code: KBDNEWS
Keyboard Builders' Digest / Projects

A Commodore inspired Planck 64

A Commodore inspired Planck 64 with resin keycaps by 23_Andreas.

KBD.news
Published May 21, 2021
Creators! Feel free to tip me off about your keyboard related projects to bring them to 100K readers.

The alpha prototype of the case is PLA printed and the recess with the label is just a decal for now.

To reconstruct the original profile, the keycaps were scanned. At first, some keys were printed with PLA, but the author quickly switched to photopolymer resin for accuracy and detail.

"This version was kept white for a more modern look, something Commodore also went for with the C64C and C64G." The next version will sport the classic brownish colors.

For more details check the keebtalk post.

Do you like this post? Share, donate, subscribe, tip me off!

Published on Fri 21st May 2021. Featured in KBD #27 (source).


Related

Synx42

A clean ultra-low profile ortho split design by @ak1_foo – with Kailh X-switches and only 7.3mm overall height.

Orthocade family

Weteor has published some new ortho keyboards with his hallmark offset spacebar forming the Orthocade family.

Pragmatic

A split keyboard family by u/james_sa with a central controller piece: Pragmatic.

Scotto34 PCB

The Scotto34 (PCB Edition) is a low-profile 34-key split monoblock ortholinear keyboard by Joe Scotto. Choc spacing, hotswap, exposed controller.

btrfld v2

Evalyn Emmerich released the next iteration of her folding btrfld – now with PCBs.

Proteus67

A displaced ortho by James Gzowski: Proteus67 – with encoder.

×
top