Tag: tool (70 entries)
Keyboard Yoga by ZSA Technology Labs is a different sort of typing trainer.
0xB2 - splinky is a Pro-Micro/Elite-C replacement development board by plut0nium – with USB-C and RP2040.
This rotary encoder is also a 5-way switch – posted by henrebotha.
Miryoku, Manna Harbour's popular keyboard layout, is now available for ZMK.
After colorful ones, Chosfox announced transparent hotswap sockets.
Try-A-Dactyl is an OpenSCAD-based tool by wolfwood to programmatically design splits with keywell (aka dactyls).
Durock came out with some new hotswap sockets in vivid colors.
Boardsource announced Blok, a new RP2040-based microcontroller with Pro Micro footprint.
Author mrzealot gave a talk on Ergogen at Free Software Conference.
Keyboard Layouter is a KiCad plugin by yskoht to place switch footprints in the location specified by KLE JSON files.
0xCB Pluto is a Pro Micro compatible controller designed by 0xCB-dev.
Pete Johanson's write-up for the second birthday of the ZMK firmware.
PRK is a PicoRuby-based keyboard firmware running on RP2040 chips.
Hekekee designed a 3D-printable tool for identifying Cherry keycaps' row.
Neutrone.com is a free tool developed by lore045 providing a searchable list of manufacturers.
Klavgen, a handwired hotswap generator by thebgfan is open-sourced.
Mariusz Ryndzionek's CadQuery keyboard case generator is a set of Python scripts outputting CadQuery files.
The STeMCell is a STM32 based development board with Pro Micro pinout – designed by megamind4089.
A DIY keyswitch force-curve measuring machine by romly to be presented at Comiket C99.
The RP2040 Stamp is a RP2040-based controller with LiPo charger and Neopixel – breaking out all GPIO pins.
An interactive configurator for a keycap set GB by catecholate.
An RP2040 based development board by Adafruit, designed with keyboard builders in mind.
The UNO is not your typical keyboard controller, but the anniversary edition is actually only 34.2mm x 26.7mm. Hmmm.
A set of Python scripts for generating stacked acrylic cases for Atreus-style keyboards. Published by Mike Bannister.
This is another interface for the dataset of the Keyboard Vendor Database. About 150 keyboard shops put on a map.