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Offline HappyCatFish

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1150 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 08:41:14 »
What switches do you guys use polycarb with?

I am a huge fan of the ergo-clears on the plastic plate that I built my Orion V2 with, but at the end of the day it's all personal preference. Build it how you want it.

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1151 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 10:16:54 »
hi LZ i finished build my alps CLS, but something wrong with it.



at first i was think it maybe my switch was broken, so i try to change it with another one, but it still wont work,
so i try to change diode too but it still wont work too.

can you help me with it? i got so many problem with my LZ-CLS to be honest :(

« Last Edit: Thu, 19 October 2017, 10:19:46 by gadzkun »

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1152 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 11:07:34 »
hi LZ i finished build my alps CLS, but something wrong with it.

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at first i was think it maybe my switch was broken, so i try to change it with another one, but it still wont work,
so i try to change diode too but it still wont work too.

can you help me with it? i got so many problem with my LZ-CLS to be honest :(

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Did you test the PCB before you soldered?
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1153 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 19:03:36 »
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1154 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 19:29:17 »
I'm guessing some of those barrel resistors arent right... they were pretty tricky to solder.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1155 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 19:32:27 »
I'm guessing some of those barrel resistors arent right... they were pretty tricky to solder.
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looks weird with no centerholes
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1156 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 20:59:20 »
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1157 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 21:25:50 »
I'm guessing some of those barrel resistors arent right... they were pretty tricky to solder.
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diodes?

shoulda got the ones packaged in plastic.  those glass ones look scary like they will break

it's what's included with the PCBs

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1158 on: Thu, 19 October 2017, 22:28:06 »
DSA on alps is something I'd like to try.

you like that?

Hmmm i still dont know yet how it feels its my first time build alps xD

But its quite good i still try adapt to it.

I'm guessing some of those barrel resistors arent right... they were pretty tricky to solder.
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I ask my friend who really good at soldering so i will ask him again to check it.

hi LZ i finished build my alps CLS, but something wrong with it.

Show Image


at first i was think it maybe my switch was broken, so i try to change it with another one, but it still wont work,
so i try to change diode too but it still wont work too.

can you help me with it? i got so many problem with my LZ-CLS to be honest :(

Show Image


Did you test the PCB before you soldered?

I dont know how to check pcb xD. I'll ask my friend to check it.

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1159 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 06:27:18 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1160 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 06:33:08 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

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[GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1161 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 06:35:17 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1162 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 06:53:39 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.

Thanks!!

Offline zimo

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1163 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 07:07:58 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.

How to into the USB mode,I cant conect keyboard

Offline DreLLin

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1164 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 09:37:59 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.

How to into the USB mode,I cant conect keyboard

Ok, here is another step by step manual:

- Download L3_170419.zip (http://kbdlab.co.kr/?module=file&act=procFileDownload&file_srl=4320094&sid=ebbdca3c12b3174f582b4c8dc470ecce)
- Download JigOn_170419.zip (http://kbdlab.co.kr/?module=file&act=procFileDownload&file_srl=4320093&sid=a2dfd681007fec4c849850a5530a4df9)
- Unzip both files go
- Open loadfw.bat in L3_170419
- It will then flash the Leeku L3 keyboard with that version of the firmware.
- If you get a “communications error” when flashing, try a different USB cable and/or port. For me, it turned out using a different port worked, even though the keyboard could *type stuff* using the first port, it couldn’t flash the board.
- Open JigOn.exe in JigOn_170419 Folder
- Download and follow the guide Leeku L3 Software.pdf from https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v24vygvyl4mvqrm/AABUNcm0BDioYE5QbArje0Kba?dl=1

Hope this helps.

Offline zimo

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1165 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 10:30:51 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.

How to into the USB mode,I cant conect keyboard

Ok, here is another step by step manual:

- Download L3_170419.zip (http://kbdlab.co.kr/?module=file&act=procFileDownload&file_srl=4320094&sid=ebbdca3c12b3174f582b4c8dc470ecce)
- Download JigOn_170419.zip (http://kbdlab.co.kr/?module=file&act=procFileDownload&file_srl=4320093&sid=a2dfd681007fec4c849850a5530a4df9)
- Unzip both files go
- Open loadfw.bat in L3_170419
- It will then flash the Leeku L3 keyboard with that version of the firmware.
- If you get a “communications error” when flashing, try a different USB cable and/or port. For me, it turned out using a different port worked, even though the keyboard could *type stuff* using the first port, it couldn’t flash the board.
- Open JigOn.exe in JigOn_170419 Folder
- Download and follow the guide Leeku L3 Software.pdf from https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v24vygvyl4mvqrm/AABUNcm0BDioYE5QbArje0Kba?dl=1

Hope this helps.

Very detailed, thank you for your patience!

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1166 on: Mon, 30 October 2017, 18:20:39 »
Promised someone photos of my cerakote'd TX-84 here (better late than never): https://imgur.com/a/tLILX
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1167 on: Mon, 30 October 2017, 18:22:35 »
Promised someone photos of my cerakote'd TX-84 here (better late than never): https://imgur.com/a/tLILX
Very nice! Was this place local? How much did it run you? Any pros/cons versus standard anode? :)

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1168 on: Mon, 30 October 2017, 19:58:19 »
Promised someone photos of my cerakote'd TX-84 here (better late than never): https://imgur.com/a/tLILX
Nice! Thanks for posting.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1169 on: Mon, 30 October 2017, 21:12:07 »
Promised someone photos of my cerakote'd TX-84 here (better late than never): https://imgur.com/a/tLILX
Very nice! Was this place local? How much did it run you? Any pros/cons versus standard anode? :)

Thanks! Yes it was local, ran $110 in cash (was less if I wanted one color). With cerakote you necessarily don't have to strip the original anodizating and an even result is easier to achieve than anodizing.

Promised someone photos of my cerakote'd TX-84 here (better late than never): https://imgur.com/a/tLILX
Nice! Thanks for posting.

You're welcome!
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1170 on: Sat, 04 November 2017, 23:09:49 »
Selling Alu plate + PCB

I’m keeping the diffuser. Please pm.


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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1171 on: Sun, 05 November 2017, 10:33:31 »
Selling Alu plate + PCB
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1172 on: Mon, 13 November 2017, 19:27:13 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.

Got my CLS and the custom brass and pc plates today. The brass plate needed some polishing but turned out nice. Paid 194€ including 19% VAT for both plates but wanted them to be produced locally.

182073-0
182075-1
182077-2

If interested, you can watch the complete build log at Imgur. https://imgur.com/a/zDHXR


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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1173 on: Wed, 15 November 2017, 15:52:03 »
Got my CLS and the custom brass and pc plates today. The brass plate needed some polishing but turned out nice. Paid 194€ including 19% VAT for both plates but wanted them to be produced locally.

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If interested, you can watch the complete build log at Imgur. https://imgur.com/a/zDHXR

Great build log DreLLin - thanks for posting! What is the reason for this step - "Clipping the legs of the switches for the Alphas. Keeping the legs on Mods and ISO keys with larger plate cutouts"

Also wondering why you used GPL105, GPL106 and the VW lube (GPL105)? Why the spray lube in addition to the drops?
« Last Edit: Wed, 15 November 2017, 16:28:24 by airs »
Octagon v2, LZ CLS

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1174 on: Wed, 15 November 2017, 16:44:08 »
The legs of the Zeal switches are a little bigger than the cherry ones. It's really hard to push them into the pcb and almost impossible to have them seated flush with the plate and pcb without clipping the legs.
Since the alphas have great support from the plate and alignment is no concern you can clip the legs of the switches without sacrificing anything.

On the mods and ISO keys you have larger plate cutouts and it's harder to align the switches correctly. That's why I dont't clip the legs on these keys and am not so concerned if they aren't 1000% flush with the pcb.

I used the bag before I had the spray for other switches so there was some GPL 105 left in it. From now on I'll only use 106 and the spray since it makes it a bit easier to spread out the lube in the bag and a bit less shaking is required.

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1175 on: Wed, 15 November 2017, 16:48:22 »
The legs of the Zeal switches are a little bigger than the cherry ones. It's really hard to push them indto the pcb and almost impossible to have them seated flush with the plate and pcb without clipping the legs.
Since the alphas have great support from the plate and alignment is no concern you can clip the legs of the switches without sacrificing anything.

On the mods and ISO keys you have larger plate cutouts and it's harder to align the switches correctly. That's why I dont't clip the legs on these keys and am not so concerned if they aren't 1000% flush with the pcb.

I used the bag before I had the spray for other switches so there was some GPL 105 left in it. From now on I'll only use 106 and the spray since it makes it a bit easier to spread out the lube in the bag and a bit less shaking is required.

Makes sense, thanks for the reply!
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1176 on: Wed, 15 November 2017, 18:10:50 »
Just Finished fixing Gadzkun's CLS.
about 3 controller feet doesn't soldered well to the pcb.
many diodes not soldered to the pcb
and polished the weight
https://i.imgur.com/b5O6iaD.jpg

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1177 on: Wed, 15 November 2017, 18:37:39 »
Very nice! The black finish is so good. Do you have more pics but of front?

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1178 on: Wed, 15 November 2017, 19:20:25 »
Just Finished fixing Gadzkun's CLS.
about 3 controller feet doesn't soldered well to the pcb.
many diodes not soldered to the pcb
and polished the weight
https://i.imgur.com/b5O6iaD.jpg

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What did you use to polish?

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1179 on: Thu, 16 November 2017, 08:34:41 »
Is there any tutorial about firmware?

I don't know how to set it, I don't even know how to get into it


The PCB is Designed/Developed by Leeku
The PCB is Programmed with JigOn firmware : http://kbdlab.co.kr/index.php?mid=board_sw&document_srl=2702787

-------------------------------------------------

PCB S/W (JigOn)
 English language documentation for Leeku's L3 Boards
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=83950.msg2236885#msg2236885




Are the plate files for the CLS available? Would love to get a brass and/or pc or carbon plate.

LZ CLS Self Tunning   :D

For CLS MX switch plate(1.5mm)
https://goo.gl/a2w2o3

For CLS Weight plate(5mm)
https://goo.gl/DB6JTd


I might be interested in pc plate, its too expensive to cut for myself alone.

Got my CLS and the custom brass and pc plates today. The brass plate needed some polishing but turned out nice. Paid 194€ including 19% VAT for both plates but wanted them to be produced locally.

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If interested, you can watch the complete build log at Imgur. https://imgur.com/a/zDHXR

Really nice build log and great result. Thanks for taking the time to do it, I took a few tips to use on my next build.

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1180 on: Wed, 13 December 2017, 10:20:38 »
Hmmmmmmm, I tried to desolder the USB connector and one of the metal pad that, to me, should stays on the PCB came right off is that normal  :eek: :eek: :eek:.
I'm freaking out right now, not sure if I just broke the PCB or not.

Can USB connector wired to this pad?

Currently i have GON Nerd PCB, but the connector was beneath of the PCB (instead of on top), it must be on top in order to compatible with CLS. Actually there's a pad on top, but the extras part of PCB was cut from vendor (along with the top pad). I just knew this when it arrived. Help....  :'(


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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1181 on: Wed, 13 December 2017, 10:32:19 »
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1182 on: Wed, 13 December 2017, 14:32:39 »
removed.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1183 on: Thu, 21 December 2017, 09:56:40 »
My connector failed out so I had to desolder everything and solder the connect to PCB. But, it doesn't work. Anyone know how to fix this issue?

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1184 on: Tue, 06 February 2018, 17:01:20 »
A bit late because I have to wait for the Time's pcb. My latest abomination with SKCM Blues, hebrew keyset, and a circumcised penis for escape key.



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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1185 on: Sun, 27 May 2018, 10:02:45 »
Will there every be a rerun of this? I am so sad I missed this! A custom ALPS tkl would be glorious.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS (Classic TKL) : Finished
« Reply #1186 on: Sun, 27 May 2018, 10:39:08 »
Will there every be a rerun of this? I am so sad I missed this! A custom ALPS tkl would be glorious.

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