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Offline ScotchNewbie

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Help with creating a PCB
« on: Wed, 01 July 2020, 20:23:25 »
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I am looking to have a PCB designed similar to the DZ60 RGB hotswap ANSI layout. I believe from what I've read it could be based on the GH60 due to it being open source. I'm looking to manufacture these in bulk, but likely under 50 units. I'm very new with all of this, so maybe I am mistaken. Are there manufacturers that will solder the hotswap sockets and per switch rgbs at the factory? These would be assembled with various switch options and keycaps for basic keyboards that would be sold at a reasonable price. I know a lot of people who are interested in switches other than Gateron or Cherry switches, but don't want to go build their own keyboard. I'd like to be able to offer this to them, but need help from someone more experienced in this area.

I want to do this to give people who aren't enthusiasts a peak into enthusiasts keyboards at a more reasonable price point. I think the GK61 does this, but it is not compatible with many cases and that isn't great for someone just starting out.

I'm looking to work with someone with experience that could help me get this done. Please let me know if you could help, or if you can point me in the right direction.

Offline Pylon

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Re: Help with creating a PCB
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 02 July 2020, 00:22:16 »
What are you dissatisfied with about the dz60 PCB?

Several people in the community offer PCB design services, including Gondolindrim.