Tag: tip (143 entries)
Cirque trackpad in action, build log, and 3D-printable holders – shared by leo_beekeeb and milkycowdan.
Alescito shared his workflow of testing Ergogen layouts by 3D printing them.
This rotary encoder is also a 5-way switch – posted by henrebotha.
Making triple shot keycaps at home. A proof-of-concept video by keymacs.
WarhammerBueno designed a keyboard with a replaceable numpad – using a unique rail system.
PCBBUY experimented with transparent (glass) PCBs.
After colorful ones, Chosfox announced transparent hotswap sockets.
Working on the next iteration of his Dactyl, spacecadetAlsoWizard used a sodalite sphere as trackball.
0xCB Pluto is a Pro Micro compatible controller designed by 0xCB-dev.
The improved square matrix is actually a round-robin matrix handling the same number of switches – but with less diodes.
Gurtmail published a 3D-printed tilted stem for Choc keycaps.
Let me introduce the square or round-robin matrix (aka Charlieplexing for keyboards) – a very tricky one promising 380 keys with a single Pro Micro.
Random Truchet tiles on your PCB's silk screen.
There are two completely different keyboard matrices referred to as duplex matrix. Let's examine the Japanese one, which makes possible to handle 160-200 keys with a single Pro Micro.
A homemade key socket cover open-sourced by qubist1.
Another RP2040-based controller with relatively small form factor: Seeeduino Xiao RP2040.
SmartKnob is an open-source input device with software-configurable endstops and virtual detents – designed by Scott Bezek.
UnexpectedMaker's TinyS3 is a development board featuring the ESP32-S3 controller, and offering both wired and wireless connection.
Pockit is a tiny modular PC system by Solder_Man with lots of good ideas for modular keyboards.
Looking at Ben Vallack's 16-key layout in detail.
The key micro RP offered by abitkeys is another RP2040-based controller with some extras.
The Monolith, designed by sincerelyredcape, is built around an industrial grade encoder – and weights 15kg...
Will Winder shared his 3D printable standoff / spacer design.
The number of break-in related posts in a single day reached my threshold of sensation.
Another build with caps scavenged from a Triumph Adler Gabriele 9009, this time by orpheo_1452.