Issue 60 / Week 2 / 2022
There are 15 entries in this issue.
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.
- Behind the Scenes: Quick news, KBD Time Machine, Benjamin Renner and his keyboard designs, typing with your thoughts, December stats updated, etc.
- Borteese's Je Sus is a well-documented open-source 49-key board. (source)
- Files of the Nijuni, a wireless-focused Corne-like split with more aggressive stagger, were released by Alexander Krikun. (source)
- The Skean by Alexander Krikun is an open-source wireless MX/Alps split with onboard controller. (source)
- A thumb-cluster adjusted Corne, the Thorne, by half_dane. (source)
- The latest working build of the custom Squeezebox split ergonomic keyboard by focusaurus. (source)
- THEBRICK is a cyberdeck with Raspberry Pi 4, a 7.9" wide screen and a Planck. (source)
- A 3D printed case of a custom 75% handwired keyboard by toastteebun. (source)
- The open-source SKUF is an attempt to standardize the rubber feet used for custom mechanical keyboard projects. (source)
- Atreis PCB by Jesus Climent. (source)
- Open-source full body sandwich cases for the Corne and Lily58 by atlantesque. (source)
- A split keyboard by ak66666 with thumb keys raised above the rest. (source)