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Je Sus 49

Borteese's Je Sus is a well-documented open-source 49-key board.
Published January 8, 2022

To create the tenting, Borteese came up with a custom keyboard mixing smaller PCBs and handwiring.

This has a five-part PCB and is almost fully hardwired. I also designed the case and 3d printed it. To program it, I use an Arduino Micro. This keyboard can access almost all the keys on a full-sized keyboard using layer button (the menu button next to the left spacebar) – Borteese.


Documentation, PCB & case STLs:

Published on Sat 8th Jan 2022. Featured in KBD #60 (source).

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