Issue 35 / Week 28 / 2021
This is a hand-picked selection of posts that may teach you something about designing and building your own custom keyboard.
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There are 22 entries in this issue:
Issue 34 follow-up, latest progress, PCB design, forgotten podcast appearance, MK Dry July, venturing into mechanical typewriter territory, updated todo list.
Dracula teeth mouseclicks, trackpoint as a first-class citizen, split (or unsplit), 40%, mouse scroll wheel, OLED, etc. by tyered.
Peregrine, a wireless ergonomic board by SouthPawEngineer with a built in trackpad module that can be removed and used separately.
barobord by sadekbaroudi – handwired edition, PCB design in progress.
Next revision of the wooden keyboards by priceT00High.
A 36-key Corne by steerpyke_.
Create you own Planck/Preonic keymap with this tool by BXO511.
Stabilizer tester posted by RatratanX.
Coding Speed Test by dominicwhyte42.
Chyrosran22 reviewing Riskable's Hall-effect switches.
Anubis switch review by Zenjh.
SP Star Magical Girl switch review by ThereminGoat.
Tips & Tricks
Open source 3D-printble Torn HiPro case by hcir321.
YEET is a keycap profile by shogzilla with both MX and Choc compatible files.
A video on the process of making double-shot keycaps by lispnick.
Colemak-DH progress data in 10 weeks by hocusparibus.
Sending a string of the date? Question posted by jma0612 and answered by the community.
A vintage Lexmark M15 split keyboard spotted by Theotherab at garage sale.
Kirkwood1994 picked up a beautiful IBM 5291 terminal.
A Dolch luggable posted by bakedbeens11.
A layered rainbow unicorn-pony barf designed by cherryvellia and obosob.
Am Hatsu with prototype pics.
splitkb.com, Jeremy Kitchen, AikenJG, @kaleid1990, u/chad3814, Eugenie, sebastian siggerud
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