Issue 83 / Week 25 / 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 11 entries in this issue:
New discounts, bizarre packaging reloaded, giveaway results, KBD.NEWS metal artisan giveaway continued.
A Dactyl-inspired sub-40% split keyboard: Dactyl Sygnus by u/scytile.
A successor to the elephant42, 🦣 by @illness072 is on a whole new level in many ways.
Cedutus created Kebu, a new Blackpill ortholinear PCB with multiple layout alternatives including 4 or 5 row options.
The LMN-3 is an open-source DAW-in-a-box by Fundamental Frequency.
Tips & Tricks
RAMA Duck switches come with integrated dampening pads.
WarhammerBueno designed a keyboard with a replaceable numpad – using a unique rail system.
Making triple shot keycaps at home. A proof-of-concept video by keymacs.
A 3D-printed Sofle Choc case designed by lytedev.
A Japanese Topre board manufactured by CDS with an interesting layout – posted by May_1.
What do you think the term "Ultrasonic" in the name of this Smith-Corona electric typewriter model stands for?
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