Custom unibody split
A custom 3D-printed unibody split keyboard by justsunone – with video tour.
Published June 12, 2022
The 3D-printed parts of justsunon's unnamed monoblock keyboard are put together by using sliding dovetails.
Separating the halves via the middle block helps to move them closer to shoulder-width (à la Kinesis Advantage).
The hollowed center part (with lid) accommodates the controller.
I chose the "Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE" for my microcontroller board for its Bluetooth compatibility with QMK.
Btw, the keyboard is handwired and hotswappable by using Kailh hotswap sockets.
Published on Sun 12th Jun 2022. Featured in KBD #82 (source).
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