A 3D printable keyboard with printed hotswap sockets
Just finished my latest build. A completly 3d printed split keyboard. Even the hotswap sockets are printed. The model was created in OpenSCAD with a few dxf files as input. If someone is interested to see the details: https://github.com/geaz/simplyKeeb-S60ph
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