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Cornelius

Foam and plate files for Foostan's unibody Cornelius released.

uberslowsloth's post made me aware of Foostan's Cornelius project.

While members of the Corne family are open-source, this one was a group buy earlier this year.

It will not be released as open source. I will release the plate data, and may release the PCB as well – Foostan.

According to the IC last November, this is a gasket mounted monoblock ergo with 10° slant angle (20° between the halves) put in a nice aluminum case.

It seems the author put some of the files up to Github recently, so you can cut your own plate and foam now:

https://github.com/foostan/corneliuskbd

There's also a detailed build guide with lots of useful stuff to learn (not just for those who participated in the GB). I've always thought build guides are one of the most useful aids when it comes to learning about keyboard design:

https://github.com/foostan/corneliuskbd/blob/main/doc/buildguide_en.md

Published on Fri 13th Aug 2021. Featured in KBD #39 (source).


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