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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #100 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 07:00:20 »
Hi LifeZ
On the google form it says that youĎre not 100% sure if other PCBs (others than the Leeku pcb) fit the case or not. IĎd love to have QMK in mine, especially when considering that there are quite a few 60% PCBs with QMK support on the market. Could you double check that for us?

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #101 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 08:13:42 »
The non-special 60% pcb is compatible.
You should check which layout the switch plate supports.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #102 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 08:28:29 »
The non-special 60% pcb is compatible.
You should check which arrays the switch plate supports.
So Nerd60 and FaceW PCBs are compatible, correct?
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #103 on: Tue, 16 January 2018, 08:53:07 »
The non-special 60% pcb is compatible.
You should check which arrays the switch plate supports.
So Nerd60 and FaceW PCBs are compatible, correct?
Yes. Nerd. Bface ,poker.... compatible
If you have a layout cad file, I can check compatibility.
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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #104 on: Thu, 18 January 2018, 01:37:15 »
The non-special 60% pcb is compatible.
You should check which arrays the switch plate supports.
So Nerd60 and FaceW PCBs are compatible, correct?
That sounds good. So I can use my 60% standard PCB (FaceW, GoN60, GH60 etc) with one of your plates?

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #105 on: Thu, 18 January 2018, 02:06:00 »
The non-special 60% pcb is compatible.
You should check which arrays the switch plate supports.
So Nerd60 and FaceW PCBs are compatible, correct?
That sounds good. So I can use my 60% standard PCB (FaceW, GoN60, GH60 etc) with one of your plates?

Itís top mounted, so the pcb isnít mounted to anything, itís just held there by the switches.

The port is in the standard position.

As long as your pcb isnít weirdly large, you can use any pcb you want. If you get a universal plate, you can use any pcb that supports any of the layouts the plate supports.

But if you wanted to use something more unusual, like a 64key with arrows, you could get a custom plate and use that instead.

There are probably a few random edge cases where the pcbs are poorly made so the port is out of alignment or the pcb is too wide or something, but those should be rare.

Any normal 60% pcb should work.

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Re: [GB] LZ CLS s x h (Classic 60) : [Order]
« Reply #106 on: Thu, 18 January 2018, 02:49:51 »
The non-special 60% pcb is compatible.
You should check which arrays the switch plate supports.
So Nerd60 and FaceW PCBs are compatible, correct?
That sounds good. So I can use my 60% standard PCB (FaceW, GoN60, GH60 etc) with one of your plates?

Itís top mounted, so the pcb isnít mounted to anything, itís just held there by the switches.

The port is in the standard position.

As long as your pcb isnít weirdly large, you can use any pcb you want. If you get a universal plate, you can use any pcb that supports any of the layouts the plate supports.

But if you wanted to use something more unusual, like a 64key with arrows, you could get a custom plate and use that instead.

There are probably a few random edge cases where the pcbs are poorly made so the port is out of alignment or the pcb is too wide or something, but those should be rare.

Any normal 60% pcb should work.
Yeah, you're right. Thanks for the clarification. I just need to sell a few stuff and then hopefully get a spot.

@LifeZ: Are you going to let us know once the slots are almost full? It'd be a shame to hear that you won't take any orders, right after I sold a bunch of stuff.