Yasui Umo with DIP caps A Yasui Umo build by kaz_shares featuring DIP caps by rutomoda.
It turns out DIP is an open source 3D-printable keycap profile by rutomoda.
The files are on his
github and on thingiverse.
Designed for simple manufacturing from sheet metal in conjunction with a stud welder and a belt grinder, this is a keycap for Kailh Choc low profile switches. It can also be 3D printed with SLA printing.
His other keycap profile design is the
Inspired by low poly and princess cut diamonds, this is a keycap for Kailh Choc low profile switches. It is designed for SLA 3D printing.
Published on Fri 9th Jul 2021. Featured in
KBD #34 ( source). More MCC
is a new cylindrical keycap profile for Kailh Choc low profile switches by
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