How much thought have u put into your primary input device?Ever considered how much better your interface with your computer might be?In this article, we dive into the possibilities of mechanical keyboards . The different layouts , switch types and even keycap material. Strap yourself in this will be a deep dive!
Hey guys, i would like to get some help to choose best components for My first build mechanical keyboard. I am living with my girlfriend and she cant handle the sound of keyboards so i need a silent One bit Still confortible to play with. Criterier: 80 - 85 % keyboard Silent as possible ( Chery mix red silent) i think is Good? Need vibration matt O-ring A nice keyboard frame Buttons Have u guys any suggestion for My build? It is an jungel in this browser and some help is needed. What DO i need to buy to get a full set?
Back in 2003, Apple released the Apple Wireless Keyboard: (Not to be confused with later keyboards of the same name that look like laptop keyboards.) The keyboard still works with an ancient MacBook Pro, but it won't pair with anything from the 2010s. That's too bad, because I think it looks pretty nice. So I decided to see if I could bring its essence into the 2020s by transplanting the keycaps to my Drop CTRL keyboard. Here on the left is a regular MX style keycap, and to the right one from the AWK2003. Not so different. Until we turn them over: However, the AWK2003 keycap will fit on a Cherry MX style switch, especially a Kailh box switch: But the fit is too loose. However, we can fix that with some teflon tape. Three layers seems to work well: And there it is: the Drop CTRL keyboard with 2003 Apple Wireless Keyboard keycaps: The keycap profile is a bit different, especially on the bottom row, as you...
Thank you for your Drop Carina Mechanical Keyboard purchase. It is now time to assemble your Carina. We’ve created a video for you that goes through the process of keyboard assembly—starting with the components received and moving on to installing the components together. Here's a step-by-step guide for the build as well. Step 1: Parts Check Make sure you've all the components that are required to build your Carina. Step 2: Install PCBA & Standoffs Inspect the PCBA for visible issues. With the side of the PCBA that has surface mounted components facing down, angle and gently lower the USB-C ports into the two cutouts before lowering the rest of the circuit board into the acrylic case. After, grab your brass standoffs, thread and tighten them by hand through each of the four holes into the inserts below. Step 3: Test Basic Functionality Plug in the keyboard and check if everything is working. Every LED should be lit. Be sure to check...
Thank you for your Mech Keys Builder or CTRL Barbones purchase. It is now time to assemble your CTRL. If you made your purchase through Drop’s Mech Keys Builder, you will have received all the necessary components to build your keyboard. If you bought the CTRL barebones only, you will need to source the additional components. We’ve created videos for you that go through the process of the keyboard assembly—starting with the components received through the Mech Keys Builder, moving on to installing switches, and finishing up with installing keycaps. What is in Your Package? Here are the components you should have if you made your purchase through Drop’s Mech Keys Builder. Keyboard: Keyboard Accessories: MX-Style Switches: Keycaps: How to Install Switches? Here are the steps for your switch installation. Step 1 Position the Switch Correctly: Step 2 Place the Switch into the Socket: How to Install...
1u function, alt and control keycaps on skylight series?
I just got the drop skylight series keycaps set for my tofu 65. at the time i did not realize it was not compatible. So far I really liked the set. It’s everything I need in a set and more however there is no 1u function, alt or control keycaps. I am just wondering if there are any plans for an expansion of some kind. Thank for your help.
More GMK sets that a made for TKL, 65% like the GMK Red samurai
I've recetnly purchased the 65% set for the red samurai, and I would really love to order more. However, sets like GMK blue samurai, GMK laser, GMK gaijin, etc. don't have this option. The price for 65% is so good for what I've gotten and I would love to see more of this being implemented for other GMK sets. I would buy way more sets.
Yeah this is what your PCB will look like after a simple hotswap. Yet another garbage pins with even more godawful garbage PCB design. Two pins dead. One, I can trace the godawful traces and solder it. The other, the PCB goes f*ck-god-knows-where and after trying several times, all failed. Don't you just love a spacebar-less keyboard? Absolute quality. And "customer sUpPoRt" won't issue a replacement PCB nor admit fault so here's another f-cking $75 for a brand new Alt PCB which they claim iT iS NoT CoMpAtIbLe just so I can have a goddamn keyboard to use. Consider that the last buck I'll ever give you. Maybe next time hire someone with an actual degree to design your PCBs so people can actually do something with it when your godawful pins fall out which seems like inevitable.