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Yes. Traditionally this is the case. However, if you pick up a 2 unit enabler PCB you can PCB mount the stab and still hand wire. If you end up wanting to go that route, pm me your address and I will mail you one.Thanks for making this swill, I never thought designing a plate could be so easy!
I just ran a design through hoping to do a combined ISO/ANSI layout but on closer inspection the right side of the ANSI enter stabiliser has no plate at the top, so I guess we have to use PCB mount stabilisers? I was hoping to test the layout with a handwired matrix, but that's not going to work very well so I may need a rethink
ISO/ANSI plates have to use PCB Cherry style stabilizers.
Thanks for confirming, even if it's not the answer I was hoping for
man I love my k3'sSo, if you have a bunch of these, can you call it a Kult Kap Kollection?
Seems dodgy to me.
Anyway, those look flippin' sick. Hopefully I can get a few.
I prefer K to the third power, or shortened k3...
just right my manThe amount of 360c s on GH is too damn high ;)Show Image
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mechkb.com is finally about to restock 55g RF 87u's. Before I decide to go for it in a few days I was just wondering; (mainly for my peace of mind) as someone who initially used MX blues, and never found them too heavy or fatiguing to type on, 55g Topre should be fine too, right?
topre is as thick as hell. there is a relatively insane amount of shock absorbancy cause of rubber.When you bottom out on Topre, you don't bottom out with the rubber, but plastic key on plastic bottom -- as does Cherry MX. That would make it quite different and result in an even more rubber-dome keyboard feel (where the bottom-outs are rubber on rubber).
there is literally no shock absorbancy for mx browns. the spring is pathetic and does not count.
That's one of the reason that people use O-rings/dental bands on MX and Topre boards... it softens the landing and reduces the sound of the bottom-out (the infamous "thock" is reduced on Topre boards).