Home-made double-shot caps
For his 3D printed low-pro keyboard, Pavlo Khmel uses self-made double-shot keycaps.
Published May 9, 2022
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Pavlo Khmel published the files of his 3D-printed low profile keyboard case with 3° typing angle.
(The project is from last year but it was reposted on Reddit this week.)
I tried to make the lowest mechanical keyboard with standard mechanical switches Cherry MX Red – pavlokhmel.
Files on thingiverse, and the result is also shown in this video:
The video above introduces a technique to make home-brew "double-shot" caps: separately printed 0.25mm thick legends are melted into the keycap with a soldering iron and a small piece of glass.
Published on Mon 9th May 2022. Featured in KBD #77 (source).
A relatively new keycap profile/system I wasn't aware of. Spotted in a Filco teaser
posted by ffbe_noctis
Fellow redditor amphiboi
put together a detailed guide on dyeing keycaps
, based on the groundwork laid by CrowningKnight.
. OpenAI’s GPT-3 API beta assisted by snagy.
Created by Hammer & Buger.Work
is a new uniform keycap profile with stepped modifiers and flippable caps.
A DIY dye sub keycap press by u/ericausome
: the Jankey Press 6000
This Planck EZ by Shib_Mc_Ne
features 3D printed PLA/mussle shell keycaps. With source files.