Issue 39 / Week 32 / 2021
This is a hand-picked selection of last week's content from a keyboard builder's perspective. Posts that may teach you something, make you think and contribute to the common knowledge of the DIY builder community.
There are 15 entries in this issue:
Lots of changes and developments, Issue 38 follow-up, most popular posts, to-do and priority list.
Dactyl flex by remus49 with open frame design supporting adjustable tenting and pivoting thumb keys.
Through-hole intensifies: open-source 7c8 Framework by stevennguyen/u/7c8.
Foam and plate files for Foostan's unibody Cornelius released.
The rISOtho is an ortholinear-ISO mashup by _eLRIC.
Tips & Tricks
Variable force leaf spring mount by _dvsn_.
Make your own set of keycaps with silicone molds and UV-curable resin.
The Keyseebee by TeXitoi has a new fat switch plate, sitting on the PCB.
Baji is a 3D printable Minidox Case by Metafalls_.
A 3D printable nice!nano holder by Nathanielks for Fmcraft's TBK Mini.
A one-handed writer’s search for the perfect mechanical keyboard.
The Hughes printing telegraph, the second "keyboard", was a huge improvement compared to its predecessor. Spotted by TheSemiHistorian.
Wow! This beast is built into a desk and its "display" is a tractor feed printer. Shared by neetoday.
This Chyron battleship with Cherry Clears was saved by virulentvalor from being tossed out.
Key-Flex is a family of keyboards with a unique structure and sensor mechanism.
splitkb.com, Jeremy Kitchen, AikenJG, @keebio, @kaleid1990, u/chad3814, Eugenie, sebastian siggerud, ajoflo, siriximi, cdc & muppetjones.
Your support is crucial to help this project to survive.