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Offline Nemoo

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Custom keycaps
« on: Thu, 23 January 2020, 05:24:26 »
Hello guys!!!
I want to start doing my own artistc keycaps, so I've watched few tutorials and i found that there is two the most popular methods - 3D printer and making them out of r
resin. So I ve got intrested in 3D printed, because I dont have money for preassure pot which is needed in resin method. So I wannna ask you about which free 3D program is the easiest, and about any tips. All will advices be helpfull!!

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Sorry for my bad English if you've found any mustakes. :D
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Offline t4keheart

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Re: Custom keycaps
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 31 January 2020, 22:56:14 »
Jumping in here just to follow because I too am interested...
From what I have seen of this, I noticed artisans creating their own custom molds ... which I'm guessing is consistent with the resin method.
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Re: Custom keycaps
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 06 February 2020, 22:31:46 »
As far as I know the resin method is more cost effective to start with. If you want to make a lot, you can invest in a 3D printer.