Issue 77 / Week 19 / 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 12 entries in this issue:
Behind the Scenes of Issue 77
Newsletter issue, new discount code, matrix research, covid, listing of the week.
The cute 34-key Wubbo is an open-source wireless split keyboard by u/cacheworks.
Threaded Dactyl Flex
u/Diitsuku designed and shared a threaded Dactyl Flex with a clever mechanism to adjust the tenting angle.
LoyalPotato's open-source Yggdrasil is a 36-key split keyboard with some extreme pinky splay.
An update to illness72's original elephant42: palette-system shared elephant42 panda, a new version with an I/O expander.
Telzo2000's cool640, this ortho macropad/split supports controllers with both Pro Micro and Pico footprint.
Tips & Tricks
Tilted Choc stem
u/Gurtmail published a 3D-printed tilted stem for Choc keycaps.
Improved square matrix
The improved square matrix is actually a round-robin matrix handling the same number of switches – but with less diodes.
Home-made double-shot caps
For his 3D printed low-pro keyboard, Pavlo Khmel uses self-made double-shot keycaps.
Grass Valley Sabre Edit
This is a Sabre Edit video editor by Grass Valley Group. Posted by u/iaakki.
The КТ-У1 is a reed-switch keyboard from Soviet times – posted by psych_1337.
WunWae's Prism is a uniquely shaped input device meant to be a gaming controller.
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