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Offline BuildingKeys

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Custom Ducky one 2 mini
« on: Wed, 24 June 2020, 23:12:03 »
While I wait for other various keyboard stuff to come in, I took apart my Ducky one 2 mini to practice soldering and what not. I de-soldered the switches and lubed them up, I painted the plastic frame, and
put it all back together. I tried to spray paint a stencil in but it wasn't as clean as I was hoped for. Overall it took the up a Friday and a Saturday! It was fun and aliiittle (alot) tedious, but here's the outcome!
 


Offline jamster

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Re: Custom Ducky one 2 mini
« Reply #1 on: Wed, 24 June 2020, 23:23:02 »
Looks well executed. How'd you treat the plastic to take the paint?

Offline BuildingKeys

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Re: Custom Ducky one 2 mini
« Reply #2 on: Wed, 24 June 2020, 23:49:03 »
I sanded the frame, first with a 150 and then afterwards with a P400. In hindsight I think Id skip out on the 150 and stick with a lighter sandpaper.