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Keyseebee with fat plate

The Keyseebee by TeXitoi has a new fat switch plate, sitting on the PCB.

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Published August 13, 2021
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The KeySeeBee is a very sympathetic little split keyboard without all the bells and whistles.

It's only a keyboard, no LED, no display, nothing more than keys and USB.

Now, the project includes an open-source 3D-printed switch plate which, unlike most plates, sits on the PCB.

Git repo: https://github.com/TeXitoi/keyseebee

Plate STL: https://github.com/TeXitoi/keyseebee/blob/master/cad/fat_mx_plate.stl

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Published on Fri 13th Aug 2021. Featured in KBD #39 (source).


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