Hi, a few months back I got my Planck and I'm really happy with it. Nonetheless, I'm at the point that I'd like to try a few things with it, like for example another case. And I wanted to check out the acrylic one. Are you guys planning on selling it separately? If not any idea where I might get one that is acrylic or polycarbonate?
Will these cause interference like normal cherry profile caps on a north-facing led pcba (e.g. the alt, ctrl,...)? I wouldn't think they would but I have just changed my switches to NK blueberries and I found that my set of cherry profile keycaps are causing interference.
Hi all. So, I've got this brand new 40% keyboard in front of me. I'd like to think it will be easy to remember which character is on which key which is on which layer, but that remains to be seen. Would it be cheating and poor mechanical keyboard form to print out the layers on a sheet of paper and put it somewhere that is easy to see while typing? What about adding the layered characters to the sides of the keycaps?
[IC]Go-Ace68 | Redesign a 68-key Gasket Mount Keyboard
Features: 1. Aluminum 6063 case. 2. Double layer top case - The overall look presents more. 3. Gasket mount 4. QMK and VIA supported. 5. Solderable PCB with multiple split keys supported. 6. PCB screw-in stabilizers 7. Two plate options - aluminum and polycarbonate Prototype photos More prototype photos https://imgur.com/gallery/IQUyUYz Specifications: 1. Aluminum 6063 case & 65% layout 2. Gasket mount, poron dampening pad between the plate and PCB 3. High profile design, double-layer top case, one upper layer case + one lower layer case 4. Typing angle: 6 degree 5. Aluminum decorative waistline 6. The embedded “HelloWorld” badge on the bottom case 7. Type-C port 8. PCB screw-in stabilizers. 9. Solderable PCB with multiple split keys 1. Split backspace 2. ISO enter 3. Split right shift 4. Split left shift 5. Split spacebar 6. Stepped caps lock Notes: PCB is not backlighting supportive. Sound test video. WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE:...
Hey so I'm going to be buying the drop alt with halo true switches with the free skylight keycaps but I live in the UK and the price after shipping is 150 dollars is anyone able to tell me that in GBP thx
I got an Alt and it certainly is the best looking industrial, almost brutalist, keyboard I've ever owned. I have Logitechs and Rubber Duckys and I probably prefer using all of those over the Alt because they're cheaper and if you never plan on customizing switches the Alt is a huge waste of money. I think for what you get it, there are way too many small things that don't go right. The feet are a joke, there should be a second set included at 6-7 degree incline. Lighting configuration is terrible, it doesn't even remember the last lighting setting you had if you restart your computer. So if you don't want rainbow you have to reset it every time. For a mechanical logitech 1/3 of the price you can do some of the coolest lighting and there are tens of thousands of designs. In order for me to customize the lighting on this I have to use powershell and do it myself??? The lighting is too dim and the shinethrough is really poor so in a regularly lit room, you have to look carefully to...
MG Salon on MelGeek Magi60 Young，Fashion, Comfort, Dreamy are WHAT the designer wants to express in the Salon Keycaps. It is still the MG full base, which supports most of the layouts, includes the ISO return this time, but does not support ISO layout(no 1.25 shift, etc.). The Novelties KIT are some two-dimensional figures of modern geometric sculptures. The Alter Kit includes 3 spacebar keys (6u ,6.25u,7u ) and arrow keys . SPECS of the keycaps : Produced by Melgeek Designed by Muni MG profile ABS plastic material Doubleshot legends Compatible with Cherry MX switches and clones Group buy starts on 15th.Sep , ends on 30th.Sep 2021. Leadtime: about 8 months.