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Anodized CNC Aluminum Cone Feet

Anodized CNC Aluminum Cone Feet

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CNC-machined from aluminum, these cone feet feature an anodized coating that comes in five different colors: black, blue, red, silver, or titanium. Measuring 22 millimeters wide by 12 millimeters tall, they’re designed to fit a variety of different custom keyboards Read More

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HSavior
1
Jul 19, 2020
Drop needs to make replacements feet’s for ALT CTRL and so, please.
Hortm
41
Aug 7, 2017
Can this work with the mk disco?
K00leggie
10
Aug 5, 2017
Is there a specific case that these work with? or will they work with majority such as a KBP V60?
sparkyman
22
Aug 5, 2017
you would have to have a through-hole to screw these feet into the bottom of the case. Most prebuilt keyboards probably won't support these, but custom keyboards where people are getting acrylic/steel cut can include a screw hole and install these
JustFluxz
455
Aug 4, 2017
How do you attach it? If it an adhesive, it looks cool and I might just add some to the inside of my computer lol.
Traumtrager
38
Aug 4, 2017
It has a screw inside it that most keyboards have under them, this might work for a computer if you had the right screw.
JustFluxz
455
Aug 4, 2017
well I was thinking of putting it on the inside. Been trying to find ways to personalize the computer and these feet dont necessarily look like feet to me rather then some kind of stud lol.
No_Hands_55
307
Aug 4, 2017
black feet but no black case in the other drop?!?!?
Krzaku
8
Aug 4, 2017
Ok, this time it's a little cheaper than KBDfans, but they still lie about the MSRP... They normally cost $9 for a 2-pack.
You're thinking of the minimum advertised price ;]
Mine arrived and can confirm that these are the same size as the ones that came with the MiniVan Keyboard.
Measurement (with a faulty vernier) 21.80 mm in diameter and 11.65 mm in height.
Will buy these again in the future, quality is good :-D
rikameme
25
Apr 29, 2017
I'm a bit confused. How can I tell if this is compatible with a given keyboard?
SW_Porkins
4
Aug 4, 2017
If your keyboard has wholes drilled into the bottom of the case then you should be able to attach them to your board. It would require you to take the board apart and push the screw through the hole from the inside though.
turnturn1225
71
Apr 27, 2017
Anyone have a set of these on a Planck? I joined the most recent drop and I don't know if these feet are even necessary for such a small board, or if it raises it too far up and creates too steep of an angle, etc. Thanks for any answers! :D
EDIT: I know I would have to make my own holes in the case, or just double sided tape them.
turnturn1225
71
May 6, 2017
Cool, thank you :D
firozerakib
25
Aug 7, 2017
how would you be using these with a Vortex Core? if you are using them could you show a picture? i want to get one for my Core as well and would love to hear your thoughts
Neblin7
546
Apr 23, 2017
I was just about to say the same as MechEng. I've ordered these a couple of times and they are very well made but are just too short unfortunately. Can we please get these with the option to have them be twice the current height? About an inch tall would be perfect. Thanks.
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