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Offline Lufenia

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #600 on: Sun, 18 July 2021, 06:27:50 »
Yeah these guys don't respond.  Definately something to consider for any of their future group buys. 

Offline Vigrith

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #601 on: Sun, 18 July 2021, 11:06:34 »
Yeah these guys don't respond.  Definately something to consider for any of their future group buys.

They've always responded to me. This is not to detract from your experience nor am I trying to categorically state that one or the other is the normal procedure for them but figured I'd chime in.

Offline Makish

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #602 on: Mon, 19 July 2021, 21:30:29 »
Yeah these guys don't respond.  Definately something to consider for any of their future group buys.

They've always responded to me. This is not to detract from your experience nor am I trying to categorically state that one or the other is the normal procedure for them but figured I'd chime in.

Nice thanks for sharing your experience. I have full faith in Senter and the rest of Fox Labs.

Just wondering, how did you contact them?

Offline syamil17

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #603 on: Mon, 19 July 2021, 22:21:16 »
Yeah these guys don't respond.  Definately something to consider for any of their future group buys.

They've always responded to me. This is not to detract from your experience nor am I trying to categorically state that one or the other is the normal procedure for them but figured I'd chime in.

Nice thanks for sharing your experience. I have full faith in Senter and the rest of Fox Labs.

Just wondering, how did you contact them?

Had no issues contacting them through their email, runninghack@gmail(dot)com. Got a reply the next day

Offline Vigrith

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #604 on: Tue, 20 July 2021, 09:21:06 »
Nice thanks for sharing your experience. I have full faith in Senter and the rest of Fox Labs.

Just wondering, how did you contact them?

I haven't needed to contact them for a while, ordered and received my 80RE with no issues but I'm pretty sure both times I had a few back and forths with Senter regarding the initial run of the Time as well as the Leaf60 it was through the email Syamil mentioned, runninghack.

Offline TieuNgu

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #605 on: Tue, 20 July 2021, 13:58:34 »
Yeah these guys don't respond.  Definately something to consider for any of their future group buys.

They've always responded to me. This is not to detract from your experience nor am I trying to categorically state that one or the other is the normal procedure for them but figured I'd chime in.

Nice thanks for sharing your experience. I have full faith in Senter and the rest of Fox Labs.

Just wondering, how did you contact them?

Had no issues contacting them through their email, runninghack@gmail(dot)com. Got a reply the next day

I sent 2 emails to this address on July 8 and yesterday, no response.

Offline shansoft

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #606 on: Wed, 21 July 2021, 21:55:29 »
Anyone tried alps build on this board? I bought it because I thought I could use Leaf 80's Alps plate on it, but I just find out that time80re doesn't have enough clearance on the screw holes, since the new plates are thinner...

I saw there is a plate file on github, but the stab seems to be cherry pcb mount? Not sure if it support costar stab instead. Otherwise I am limited to stab keys with cherry mount, which I couldn't find any for WKL layout.
http://foxlabkeyboard.com/gbs/Time80RE.html
Collections: Mysterium TKL / leaf 80 Blue Alps / Tiamo V2 / Drop CTRL Canvas / Drop SHIFT / KBD19x / Equalz Zer0.9 PC / Percent Volt80 / Satisfaction 75 / Kira 80 / Rama U80 / Keycult No1Rev1 / Keycult No2Rev1 / E8.5 / Mode 80 FE / J02 LE / Equalz Zer0.9 EE / Kepler TKL / Thermal

Offline Boy_314

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #607 on: Wed, 21 July 2021, 22:10:36 »
Anyone tried alps build on this board? I bought it because I thought I could use Leaf 80's Alps plate on it, but I just find out that time80re doesn't have enough clearance on the screw holes, since the new plates are thinner...

I saw there is a plate file on github, but the stab seems to be cherry pcb mount? Not sure if it support costar stab instead. Otherwise I am limited to stab keys with cherry mount, which I couldn't find any for WKL layout.
http://foxlabkeyboard.com/gbs/Time80RE.html

i built mine with alps

Offline shansoft

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #608 on: Wed, 21 July 2021, 23:21:09 »
Anyone tried alps build on this board? I bought it because I thought I could use Leaf 80's Alps plate on it, but I just find out that time80re doesn't have enough clearance on the screw holes, since the new plates are thinner...

I saw there is a plate file on github, but the stab seems to be cherry pcb mount? Not sure if it support costar stab instead. Otherwise I am limited to stab keys with cherry mount, which I couldn't find any for WKL layout.
http://foxlabkeyboard.com/gbs/Time80RE.html

i built mine with alps

How did you fit in the stab? Typical alps stab doesn’t seem to be supported.
Collections: Mysterium TKL / leaf 80 Blue Alps / Tiamo V2 / Drop CTRL Canvas / Drop SHIFT / KBD19x / Equalz Zer0.9 PC / Percent Volt80 / Satisfaction 75 / Kira 80 / Rama U80 / Keycult No1Rev1 / Keycult No2Rev1 / E8.5 / Mode 80 FE / J02 LE / Equalz Zer0.9 EE / Kepler TKL / Thermal

Offline Boy_314

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #609 on: Wed, 21 July 2021, 23:46:50 »
used a keycaps set that supports cherry stabs. it says on the website where you get the plate files that the plate files given only support cherry stabs

Offline shansoft

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #610 on: Thu, 22 July 2021, 01:03:46 »
used a keycaps set that supports cherry stabs. it says on the website where you get the plate files that the plate files given only support cherry stabs

There are practically only 1 type of keycaps that supports it AFAIK. Either the Krepublic's XDA alps or SA's DCS Alps(extremely hard to find).

I am asking about this since leaf 80 alps plate have the support, just the clearance problem with screw hole that is blocking it from the front weight for Time80Re :-X
Collections: Mysterium TKL / leaf 80 Blue Alps / Tiamo V2 / Drop CTRL Canvas / Drop SHIFT / KBD19x / Equalz Zer0.9 PC / Percent Volt80 / Satisfaction 75 / Kira 80 / Rama U80 / Keycult No1Rev1 / Keycult No2Rev1 / E8.5 / Mode 80 FE / J02 LE / Equalz Zer0.9 EE / Kepler TKL / Thermal

Offline speedycake

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #611 on: Fri, 23 July 2021, 18:21:34 »
Is there QMK firmware source available? I want to enable scroll lock LED shinethrough instead of having that as a backlight LED.

EDIT: nevermind found it, didn't realize it would be called time_re in the repo
« Last Edit: Fri, 23 July 2021, 18:26:50 by speedycake »

Offline Seydoux

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #612 on: Sat, 24 July 2021, 05:36:05 »
I have received the keyboard via DHL, found my keyboard got to scratch and dent on the brass weight, how to go about this?

Offline wybaugh

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #613 on: Sat, 24 July 2021, 15:10:40 »
Finally received mine and built it today.  Vermillion Bird switches and GMK Godspeed


Offline tngpq

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #614 on: Sun, 25 July 2021, 06:31:56 »
Finally received mine and built it today.  Vermillion Bird switches and GMK Godspeed

What did you do to the bottom row….

Offline okidna

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #615 on: Sun, 25 July 2021, 09:09:42 »
Finally received mine and built it today.  Vermillion Bird switches and GMK Godspeed

What did you do to the bottom row….

Not only bottom row....

Thanks for the good laugh  :)) :)) :)) :)) :))

Offline enchiyaki

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #616 on: Sun, 25 July 2021, 12:33:49 »
Anyone tried alps build on this board? I bought it because I thought I could use Leaf 80's Alps plate on it, but I just find out that time80re doesn't have enough clearance on the screw holes, since the new plates are thinner...

I saw there is a plate file on github, but the stab seems to be cherry pcb mount? Not sure if it support costar stab instead. Otherwise I am limited to stab keys with cherry mount, which I couldn't find any for WKL layout.
http://foxlabkeyboard.com/gbs/Time80RE.html

i built mine with alps

How thick did you make your plate?

Offline Boy_314

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #617 on: Sun, 25 July 2021, 13:45:07 »
Anyone tried alps build on this board? I bought it because I thought I could use Leaf 80's Alps plate on it, but I just find out that time80re doesn't have enough clearance on the screw holes, since the new plates are thinner...

I saw there is a plate file on github, but the stab seems to be cherry pcb mount? Not sure if it support costar stab instead. Otherwise I am limited to stab keys with cherry mount, which I couldn't find any for WKL layout.
http://foxlabkeyboard.com/gbs/Time80RE.html

i built mine with alps

How thick did you make your plate?

1.5mm by accident. no issues luckily. if anything, make the screw holes and stab cutouts a bit larger. I'm told alps should use 1.2mm

Offline Makish

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Re: [GB] Fox Lab - Time 80 Reforged
« Reply #618 on: Mon, 02 August 2021, 12:40:40 »
I messed up pretty bad.

Senter replied to me, only to discover I messed up horrifically by not reading the GB description, and didn't separately order the badge and plate.

Then, I didn't leave an e-mail address.

However, Senter still had the patience to deal with me, and respond to my e-mails.

Thank you Senter and Fox Labs.