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Offline ThereminGoat

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Taiwan Jet Axis Switch Review
« on: Sun, 22 August 2021, 10:21:00 »
Hey all,

You know, after 50-something documents by now, I figured its about time that I take a step into something other than purely traditional MX-style switches - and what better way than with something vintage to boot. (Even if it is just a tiny step, I think it still counts right?) Come take a look into the mechanism, variety, and performance of the 'often confused as just a clone' Taiwan Jet Axis switches.

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Aside the fact that I certainly find this all interesting, I imagine those of you who are fascinated by all the different design quirks of traditional MX-style switches will really appreciate the unique flair these have!


Offline rsrogers4

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Re: Taiwan Jet Axis Switch Review
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 24 August 2021, 14:18:47 »
@ThereminGoat, just a quick note to let you know how much I've enjoyed reading your reviews by way of introduction to this hobby.
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Offline UnFocused

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Re: Taiwan Jet Axis Switch Review
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 10 February 2022, 11:30:25 »
Excellent review.

I have a QFR full of the yellow linear TJA switches. I harvested them from a very flimsy Unitek keyboard someone gave me.

I wish I'd lubed them before soldering them in.