Slide mount wooden case
With minimal experience, eBay scrapwood, popsicle sticks and a hand saw
bruh-iunno made his own wooden case.
Published on September 10, 2021 by KBD.news
Rough plans / sketches available
The rails idea only works if your plate extends past your keys/the rest of the keyboard.
If you're a beginner like me, I'd recommend a Japanese hand saw since they're much easier to control! Also, whenever you want to cut something straight or flush, always clamp a piece of straight wood on top and cut flushly along it! – bruh-iunno.
Published on Fri 10th Sep 2021. Featured in
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