Issue 72 / Week 14 / 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 15 entries in this issue:
April 1st keyboard projects, new wave of supporters, a new acquisition from the besieged Kyiv, March stats, etc.
Wojciech Baranowski's Viosuo is an arm-strapped keyboard for standing work.
Klavyl is a handwired split keyboard by u/thebgfan, generated by Klavgen, the author's other project.
Steven's Fissure is a 40-key BLE split featuring his steno engine.
On policium's Grin Type-R and Grin RC designs – featuring the unique Grin layout.
Fusion is u/steven4012's foldable travel board – with all the source files.
Klavgen, a handwired hotswap generator by u/thebgfan is open-sourced.
Neutrone.com is a free tool developed by lore045 providing a searchable list of manufacturers.
u/Hekekee designed a 3D-printable tool for identifying Cherry keycaps' row.
Tips & Tricks
u/aphillippe shared the STLs for his tented Kyria case sporting a trackpad holder.
Pseudoku's Chicago Steno keycaps optimized for FDM-printing by u/levpopov.
The StenoWord is a Japanese chorded keyboard for professionals doing subtitles for live broadcasts.
On the awesome-looking Lumon Industries terminal and keyboard, a custom prop from Severance with cool vintage vibe.
A gorgeous wooden keyboard case by Breakwood with meticulously carved and gold plated solid copper insets.
TiPY Keyboard's weird one-handed contraption is actually flippable.
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