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Issue 60 / Week 2 / 2022

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This is a hand-picked selection of last week's content from a keyboard enthusiast's perspective. Posts that may teach you something, make you think and contribute to the common knowledge of the DIY builder community.

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Editorial

Behind the Scenes of Issue 60

Quick news, KBD Time Machine, Benjamin Renner and his keyboard designs, typing with your thoughts, December stats updated, etc. (more)


Projects

Je Sus 49

Borteese's Je Sus is a well-documented open-source 49-key board. (more)


Nijuni

Files of the Nijuni, a wireless-focused Corne-like split with more aggressive stagger, were released by Alexander Krikun. (more)


Skean keyboard

The Skean by Alexander Krikun is an open-source wireless MX/Alps split with onboard controller. (more)


Thorne

A thumb-cluster adjusted Corne, the Thorne, by half_dane. (more)


Squeezebox v2112

The latest working build of the custom Squeezebox split ergonomic keyboard by focusaurus. (more)


THEBRICK deck

THEBRICK is a cyberdeck with Raspberry Pi 4, a 7.9" wide screen and a Planck. (more)


Squished75 case

A 3D printed case of a custom 75% handwired keyboard by toastteebun. (more)


Tips & Tricks

SKUF keyboard feet

The open-source SKUF is an attempt to standardize the rubber feet used for custom mechanical keyboard projects. (more)


Atreis PCB

Atreis PCB by Jesus Climent. (more)


Corne and Lily58 stacked cases

Open-source full body sandwich cases for the Corne and Lily58 by atlantesque. (more)


Raised thumb keys

A split keyboard by ak66666 with thumb keys raised above the rest. (more)


Keyboard Spotting

Protomic DataStealth

The Protomic DataStealth is an elusive monoblock split from the '90s, designed by Benjamin Rossen. (more)


Fujitsu Oasys

It seems Fujitsu made ALPS keyboards. An Oasys spotted by by May_1. (more)


Midway battle station

An actual battle station from the USS Midway Museum. Posted by yagtechceo. (more)