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Dedekind

A reversible split PCB by Dmitry Belousov: Dedekind.

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Published May 30, 2024
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Dmitry Belousov aka ProgressiveNoise shared a split keyboard PCB and case, inspired by the Cantor.

This keyboard is compact, reliable, and relatively easy to build. It is diodeless, the protection circuit is optional. Only the TH USB-C connector could be an annoyance for an inexperienced builder, but that’s it. Everything else should be smooth – Dmitry.

Specs

  • 42 keys (3x6+3)
  • MX, hotswap
  • diodeless
  • USB-C for interconnection
  • Pico footprint (RP2040)
  • KMK
  • case

Resources

Github repo with reversible PCB, case, permissive license ("fully 'aliexpressable'"):

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Published on Thu 30th May 2024. Featured in KBD #166 (source).


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