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Round 0: Closed
(Round 1 will occur in mid to late July)

Setup guide:
1) If necessary, download and install Python 2.7.
2) Download and unzip the source code.
3) Open EasyAVR using run.bat.
4) Select "62/60 (Round 0)" when creating a new layout.
5) RGB configuration and instructions are available at View -> RGB Configuration.
6) When ready, press the reset button on the bottom of the keyboard, then navigate to File -> Build and Reprogram and follow the prompts.

Features:
  • Fully programmable per-key and underglow RGB LEDs
  • Fully programmable layout- compatible with EasyAVR and QMK
  • Hot swappable switches- simply pull them out and replace
  • Acrylic sandwich case with 8o tilt


Pricing:
  • PCB + case w/ plate, assembled: $125
  • Gateron pricing: $19 for a set of 65
  • Stabilizers: $10 for a PCB-mount set

Link to IC thread
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Do I need to fill in the form again?
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Do I need to fill in the form again?

Nope- you're already on there, as is anyone who signed up in the IC thread.

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I'm in. RNGesus pls.

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When will the drawing take place?

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When will the drawing take place?

On Monday- winners will be PM'd shortly afterwards.

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Awesome board Bro!


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Filled the form.


Let's see who gets lucky  :thumb:

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Hype

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Please RNGesus!

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Filled the form!

Was considering wether I should wait for round 1 updates to be made, but I'm super excited for this project and definitely wanted to support it!

Awesome project iss, glad to be a part of this :D

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Filled the form!

Was considering wether I should wait for round 1 updates to be made, but I'm super excited for this project and definitely wanted to support it!

Awesome project iss, glad to be a part of this :D

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Round 0 is now closed; winners will be PM'd later today.

In total, an astounding 338 users signed up. Thank you all so much for supporting this project- we'll do our best to meet the demand. I'll be updating this thread with more details in the coming weeks.

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Round 0 is now closed; winners will be PM'd later today.

In total, an astounding 338 users signed up. Thank you all so much for supporting this project- we'll do our best to meet the demand. I'll be updating this thread with more details in the coming weeks.

That is a lot of entries! The Hype is real! I'll be stalking my inbox.......   :eek:

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #14 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 06:35:50 »
there goes my hope of joining rofl 12 slots for 300+ participants :')

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In total, an astounding 338 users signed up

Well, I guess that's RiP my hopes for round 0 then.
It also seems like you have to offer more than 50 boards for round 1, or you make a round 0.5 first that covers the ones that signed up for round 0 but didn't get in.
« Last Edit: Mon, 25 April 2016, 06:48:55 by kawasaki161 »

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #16 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 06:56:53 »
guess I will be waiting in jealousy for round 1 after seeing the amount of participants.  :(

Also the winners are anonymous?
I wish it wasn't soon


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Round 0 is now closed; winners will be PM'd later today.

In total, an astounding 338 users signed up. Thank you all so much for supporting this project- we'll do our best to meet the demand. I'll be updating this thread with more details in the coming weeks.

Holy, well, congratulations, it seems many of us wanted arrows in their sixties after all, and your design makes it even harder to ignore the advantages of dedicated arrows.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #18 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 13:01:48 »
Good luck to everyone that entered, but not as much as me ;)

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #19 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 13:09:54 »
Please please please please :'( Notice me senpai  :confused:
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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #20 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 16:14:02 »
O man GL guys! I'm praying to the RNG gods!

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #21 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 16:43:22 »
Winners have been PM'd- congrats to everyone who made it in.

If you didn't, rest assured that you'll likely get a board soon- Round 1 will be held next month. Stay tuned here for updates as they come in. Thanks again to everyone that signed up- it's really quite amazing to see the level of excitement this has generated, and we'll do our best to make sure things go well.

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[GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #22 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 16:45:54 »
Rngesus not for me :( waiting for round 1 now
I wish it wasn't soon


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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #23 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 16:49:22 »
Congrat who won ;D Not me  :'(
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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #24 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 18:05:31 »
PRAISE RNGESUS!!!! Received that sweet sweet pm. Sorry for those who missed out, but I am too excited!!!

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #25 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 18:32:02 »
Winners have been PM'd- congrats to everyone who made it in.

If you didn't, rest assured that you'll likely get a board soon- Round 1 will be held next month. Stay tuned here for updates as they come in. Thanks again to everyone that signed up- it's really quite amazing to see the level of excitement this has generated, and we'll do our best to make sure things go well.

Should a new thread have to be open for the round one? It would be a good idea to check it in advance to have everything running fine,  :thumb:

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #26 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 19:07:53 »
No PM this time. Still stoked for round one!!! Congrats everyone!

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #27 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 19:16:24 »
Super excited for the lucky R0 participants here. In my case I had to pass due to lack of funds. But I'll be looking at R1 pretty closely.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #28 on: Mon, 25 April 2016, 19:19:26 »
Super excited for the lucky R0 participants here. In my case I had to pass due to lack of funds. But I'll be looking at R1 pretty closely.

I passed because I need support for that ugly ISO enter key, R1 will have it!  :p

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #29 on: Tue, 26 April 2016, 01:19:47 »
Ah well, I never had luck in raffles. The shipping date would have been too good of a fit with my birthday being just a few days before.
Now I can only hope that round 1 goes smoothly (maybe a bit faster than expected) so the boards could possibly arrive before my US trip in late june.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #30 on: Tue, 26 April 2016, 10:05:40 »
Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #31 on: Tue, 26 April 2016, 11:00:28 »
Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

You should know it already, but there are some PCBs already available that support that layout, GON Nerd60, Winkeyless, GH-60 and its cousins like the Satan, you may use them plate-less so you can change stems and springs at will, or get a plate with switch removal notches, so basically you can get the same functionality. In the other hand, the 62/60 main feature, besides being swappable is its layout, I can see where you come from though, maybe the OP has something in the oven like that; however, if it would be it had to come first I think, let's see.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #32 on: Tue, 26 April 2016, 14:18:03 »
No Luck on R0 for me unfortunately, but lookin forward to round 1!
Gratz to all the Happy winners out there! Glad to see so much support for this project!  :thumb:

Hope round 1 will already have an option for non-swappable/soldered switches  :-* :-*

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #33 on: Tue, 26 April 2016, 17:19:08 »
Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

You should know it already, but there are some PCBs already available that support that layout, GON Nerd60, Winkeyless, GH-60 and its cousins like the Satan, you may use them plate-less so you can change stems and springs at will, or get a plate with switch removal notches, so basically you can get the same functionality. In the other hand, the 62/60 main feature, besides being swappable is its layout, I can see where you come from though, maybe the OP has something in the oven like that; however, if it would be it had to come first I think, let's see.

None of which are fully RGB, which is definitely one of the main features of this board. The title and the OP mention that before anything else, so I think the creator is aware of this being a big draw to the board.

Going to be keeping a close eye on the development of this. Really great work.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #34 on: Tue, 26 April 2016, 17:51:56 »
Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

You should know it already, but there are some PCBs already available that support that layout, GON Nerd60, Winkeyless, GH-60 and its cousins like the Satan, you may use them plate-less so you can change stems and springs at will, or get a plate with switch removal notches, so basically you can get the same functionality. In the other hand, the 62/60 main feature, besides being swappable is its layout, I can see where you come from though, maybe the OP has something in the oven like that; however, if it would be it had to come first I think, let's see.

None of which are fully RGB, which is definitely one of the main features of this board. The title and the OP mention that before anything else, so I think the creator is aware of this being a big draw to the board.

Going to be keeping a close eye on the development of this. Really great work.


You're right, it happens that I am not really into LEDs on my board, but I really like the layout and overall design of this awesome board.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #35 on: Wed, 27 April 2016, 03:50:32 »
Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

You should know it already, but there are some PCBs already available that support that layout, GON Nerd60, Winkeyless, GH-60 and its cousins like the Satan, you may use them plate-less so you can change stems and springs at will, or get a plate with switch removal notches, so basically you can get the same functionality. In the other hand, the 62/60 main feature, besides being swappable is its layout, I can see where you come from though, maybe the OP has something in the oven like that; however, if it would be it had to come first I think, let's see.

I am well aware of those, I have a NerD60 and numerous WKL b.faces.
I personally really like the case design, along with hotswap feature and the under switch RGB LEDs. TBH, it is not a matter of functionality, but more a desire for another cool 60% as it's my favourite form factor.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #36 on: Wed, 27 April 2016, 07:16:56 »
Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

You should know it already, but there are some PCBs already available that support that layout, GON Nerd60, Winkeyless, GH-60 and its cousins like the Satan, you may use them plate-less so you can change stems and springs at will, or get a plate with switch removal notches, so basically you can get the same functionality. In the other hand, the 62/60 main feature, besides being swappable is its layout, I can see where you come from though, maybe the OP has something in the oven like that; however, if it would be it had to come first I think, let's see.

I am well aware of those, I have a NerD60 and numerous WKL b.faces.
I personally really like the case design, along with hotswap feature and the under switch RGB LEDs. TBH, it is not a matter of functionality, but more a desire for another cool 60% as it's my favourite form factor.

You should give the alternative layout a try; in my case, being a sixty user for years now, I think I really do not need dedicated arrows at all, but this moves me to reconsider having them available, I notice that while I am at my laptop keyboard I always use the dedicated arrows, even though I have the space-FN arrows available as I do on my sixty, I have found them just a bit more convenient for some activities, and I use them along with space-FN, therefore, having dedicated arrows available in my sixty will be the best of both worlds. In the aesthetics department, I always like the arrows keys, and in this layout they look just too good to let it pass.

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« Reply #37 on: Thu, 28 April 2016, 07:10:50 »

You should give the alternative layout a try; in my case, being a sixty user for years now, I think I really do not need dedicated arrows at all, but this moves me to reconsider having them available, I notice that while I am at my laptop keyboard I always use the dedicated arrows, even though I have the space-FN arrows available as I do on my sixty, I have found them just a bit more convenient for some activities, and I use them along with space-FN, therefore, having dedicated arrows available in my sixty will be the best of both worlds. In the aesthetics department, I always like the arrows keys, and in this layout they look just too good to let it pass.

I agree with you that it looks pretty cool, maybe I should give a try.
Would still prefer the standard layout though as I tend to rotate my keyboards and want to be able to swap over without having to adjust.
I have to admit that dedicated arrow keys would be pretty cool, I am pretty worried about the right shift being too far right though. I am thinking that I am going to be hitting the up arrow accidentally more often then not.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #38 on: Thu, 28 April 2016, 09:24:40 »
edit: didnt realize it was a raffle... in that case I want in the next round :D
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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #39 on: Thu, 28 April 2016, 09:46:18 »

You should give the alternative layout a try; in my case, being a sixty user for years now, I think I really do not need dedicated arrows at all, but this moves me to reconsider having them available, I notice that while I am at my laptop keyboard I always use the dedicated arrows, even though I have the space-FN arrows available as I do on my sixty, I have found them just a bit more convenient for some activities, and I use them along with space-FN, therefore, having dedicated arrows available in my sixty will be the best of both worlds. In the aesthetics department, I always like the arrows keys, and in this layout they look just too good to let it pass.

I agree with you that it looks pretty cool, maybe I should give a try.
Would still prefer the standard layout though as I tend to rotate my keyboards and want to be able to swap over without having to adjust.
I have to admit that dedicated arrow keys would be pretty cool, I am pretty worried about the right shift being too far right though. I am thinking that I am going to be hitting the up arrow accidentally more often then not.

Someone asked to have the choice to put the arrow to the right to have the shift key next to the /? key, I really do not like that but I can live with it as the only effect for us keeping the proposed layout is to have those switches inverted, so it is not a big deal; then, you can try both to see what layout fits you better. I still think that asking for a completely different layout defeats the philosophy of the designer, but who knows, maybe he wants to make a standard 60 with full-RGB and swappable, I really like this layout and even when I should be switching over my current sixties, I really do not see that as a huge problem myself, I am already doing that with my Thinkpad when I am at meetings or teaching, so it is not a big deal, I can buy two samples and have everything covered, the office and home,  :p

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #40 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 14:48:23 »
[I have to admit that dedicated arrow keys would be pretty cool, I am pretty worried about the right shift being too far right though. I am thinking that I am going to be hitting the up arrow accidentally more often then not.

This is my concern too as I always use the Right Shift unless my hand is on the mouse, then I use the left shift. I wonder if using different profile caps might help. i.e. DCS for everything, but DSA for the arrows (or even just the up arrow so you can feel that you are on the wrong key)?
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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #41 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 16:08:52 »
Round 0 update (4/29):

Case design has been finalized and is ready for production! An extra reinforcing plate was added- Gateron switches are now super-stable. Invoices will be sent out next week, and the first boards should be shipped out around May 9th or so!

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Should a new thread have to be open for the round one? It would be a good idea to check it in advance to have everything running fine,  :thumb:

I'll check with an admin closer to that time- shouldn't be a big problem either way. :thumb:

Is there any plan for a normal (without arrow keys, standard bottom row, split right shift and backspace) to be available at some point down the line?
I would definitely be interested if there was!

I'm open to doing other layouts in the future and will post a thread for interest once Round 1 finishes up in a couple months. This board will only be available in the Round 0 layouts (+ ISO), however- there isn't any way to preserve arrow keys and symmetry other than what's offered.

By the way, earlier plans for the "traditional" HHKB right shift have been cancelled- discovered a few issues with implementing it.
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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #42 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:10:46 »
Thank you for the update and congratulations to those that get into the round 0, I'll look forward for round 1.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #43 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:14:01 »
How much would shipping to the UK be? (Already thinking about Round 1 and it's ISO goodness).
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« Reply #44 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:15:06 »
is there a way to sing up for round 1 pre-order? this board is my dream layout.. don't know how i missed it.

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« Reply #45 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:33:20 »
is there a way to sing up for round 1 pre-order? this board is my dream layout.. don't know how i missed it.
Agreed and welcome to the club! :)

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #46 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:37:27 »
Round 1 signups will be posted once Round 0 is mostly done shipping- will be mid-to-late May.

International shipping was set at $22.50 for Round 0- obviously could change, but should be in that ballpark.

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #47 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:39:54 »
Round 1 signups will be posted once Round 0 is mostly done shipping- will be mid-to-late May.

International shipping was set at $22.50 for Round 0- obviously could change, but should be in that ballpark.

Thanks .. I actually saw that on your main post, but was concerned you kept this GB to only a few lucky.. Please please (2x) offer more.. I hate the raffle system to be able to purchase :/

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #48 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:42:00 »
How much would shipping to the UK be? (Already thinking about Round 1 and it's ISO goodness).

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Re: [GB] 62/60: The first full-RGB, hot-swappable 60% [Round 0 Closed]
« Reply #49 on: Fri, 29 April 2016, 17:51:46 »
Exciting news! I wasn't lucky enough to get one for Round0, but I eagerly await my chance to get one in Round1!
                                           
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