Tag: PCB (190 entries)
A Corne-like choc-spaced unnamed split with custom case – designed by danns87.
An open-source ortholinear keyboard: Matías v1.0 by nstrappazzonc.
Penguin is a low-profile RGB keyboard by Spiritual_Guide202 – inspired by Redox.
Fmcraft published his Dilemma – a 5x3+2 split keyboard with trackpad.
0xB2 - splinky is a Pro-Micro/Elite-C replacement development board by plut0nium – with USB-C and RP2040.
Andrew Rae's rae-dux, a 36-key wire- and diodeless split keyboard, built by melze.
Sadek Baroudi's Arachnophobe is a 30-key choc/mx monoblock split using any Seeed XIAO controller.
Joshua Broekhuijsen's Dichotomy is a mouse-keyboard hybrid.
Janus is a PCB-resourceful 34-key split keyboard by skarrmann.
No Faff is an open-hardware 24-key macropad with cool backplate art – designed by Kfir.
The Ferris Sweep got an industrial makeover: ferricy by Icyphox.
The second keyboard design by _GEIST_: KLOTZ – a 34-key wireless low-pro split.
A split keyboard with 36-42 keys, RP2040 support, haptic feedback, etc.: KLOR by _GEIST_.
Jamie Ding published the files of his Mercury, a wireless split keyboard with classic staggering.
The SatPad (formerly: Cupcake) is an open-source 30% ortholinear keyboard/macropad designed by quirk.
Pete Johanson published his Zaphod Lite, a hand solderable version of the original Zaphod – a feature-rich low-pro wireless monoblock split.
The LMN-3 is an open-source DAW-in-a-box by Fundamental Frequency.
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.
StickersDrgn designed and shared a custom ortholinear-ish PCB to fit a Bakeneko65 case.
A wireless-only cross between the Sweep and the Corne: Swept Corne by Additional-Stock3711.
PCBBUY experimented with transparent (glass) PCBs.
Kyria stagger, Corne thumb cluster, Ferris-inspired electronics: Phase by mjpauly.
Three macropad projects have been published recently: the VoidPad 9S1E by Tuxic, the POSpad by _vastrox_, and Bitdrive made a case for the Spin.
A 4x10 ortho with a rotary encoder and LCD: freaku4X by sporewoh.