Shared by Jurica Bacurin, the juriform36 is a 36-key wireless split keyboard with keywell.
KBD.news Published September 5, 2023
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Jurica Bacurin aka @juri shared this cool split ergo on Lemmy. As of my understanding, it's a handwired board sporting nice!nanos and is powered by ZMK firmware for wireless connectivity. The author shared the case design files.
May I introduce my juriform36. Completley self designed “dactyl manuform like” and ZMK powered. I couldn’t be happier how it turned out, especially for my first “from scratch build” ever – Jurica.
36 keys (3x5+3), keywell
The design, inspired by that of the Dactyl, was adjusted to the author's hands – thus the name –, and was made from scratch using Autodesk Fusion 360. It's tented with tilted rows, but there's no height difference between the columns.
Juri tried to keep it as simple as possible and went diodeless and wired every button to an individual pin of the nice!nano.