Issue 67 / Week 9 / 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 14 entries in this issue:
Keyboards in shelled homes, refugee crisis and some of your options to help.
u/SouthPawEngineer's Ergozero runs KMK firmware on a tiny RP2040 Zero controller.
An angled monoblock Pico-based keyboard from m.ki. Optionally low-profile and open-source.
Quentin's Charybdis family is extending with the Nano – with open-source case files.
The handwired Krangle by u/mjongerh has an intimidating amount of keys.
The LumberElite is a custom Lumberjack PCB by u/tj_shex modified to accommodate an Elite-C and OLED screen.
Fingerpunch Keyboards' monoblock Rock On in a mesmerizing case by u/chewiedies.
Diego Palacios' Cantor is a 42-key diodeless split keyboard.
Third iteration of David Kincade's Track Beast – resin edition.
Two new CircuitPython boards by u/SouthPawEngineer, called the Caduceus.
u/Geri00's gTetris is a handwired project with great photolog.
Damn Fine Keyboards is a new PDFzine by CCH Podcast's Philipp. Check it out and subscribe!
The Teletype Model 33, an electromechanical teleprinter from the '60s with actual cylinders as its keys.
u/R009k saved a vintage Fluke 1720A Programmer Keyboard from getting thrown out.
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