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Zach Taylor shared his goshawk, a 3D printed, handwired split with only one controller and battery.
Published February 1, 2024
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The goshawk is a handwired, 3D printed split keyboard by Zach Taylor aka taylorz(r).

It's layout generated by ErgoGen, the keyboard sports a single controller (nice!nano) and battery, connecting the halves by an IDC cable.

8 physical rows mapped to 4 logical rows makes it easier to wire – Zach.


  • 34 keys
  • handwired
  • nice!nano controller
  • IDC (SWD) cable


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Published on Thu 1st Feb 2024. Featured in KBD #153 (source).



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