Issue 63 / Week 5 / 2022
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.
There are 13 entries in this issue:
Issue #62 follow-up, developments, vendor & split database updates, 1977 Roland sequencer, etc.
u/Fmcraft published the files of his Skeletyl/TBK-Mini flexible PCBs – with per-key RGB.
Anna is a wireless 40-key ortholinear split keyboard PCB open-sourced by Karl Grasegger.
A noname 7x5 split ergo keyboard by u/k9292 with 3D printed case.
A remarkable Dactyl-Manuform with gimbals – open-sourced by u/sffubs.
Michael Gunawan's kibod-01 is a Corne-ish split keyboard with a slight splay and ribbon cable.
The Game Roy ADVANCE by u/ROYMEETSW0RLD started out as a gamepad and ended up as a split.
ZSA is celebrating the shipping of 23,000 Moonlanders.
Tips & Tricks
u/SharktasticA announced his IBM-family keyboard wiki with the aim of covering niche models.
u/Signynt's heavily tented case for the Keebio Levinson, dubbed Os eruditio, was inspired by the organic shapes of bones.
Pnohty 1.2 – an updated layout by u/rayduck with reasonable number arrangement.
How the Glove80 ergonomic keyboard was created through data-driven philosophy, modular test rigs, parametric CAD and 500+ A/B testing experiments.
Brazen Studio's Ian published some photos of their experimental gypsum/resin and cement/resin cases.
MoErgo Glove80, splitkb.com, u/chad3814, Aiksplace, @keebio, @kaleid1990, ghsear.ch, Timo, cdc, kiyejoco, Bob Cotton, FFKeebs, Rick Kremer, Davidjohn Gerena
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