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Offline ramnes

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11700 on: Mon, 06 July 2020, 02:01:23 »
Do you actually type on it?
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23h18 - photekq: the best switch i've used

Offline MajorKoos

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11701 on: Mon, 06 July 2020, 08:54:23 »
Zephyr R1.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11702 on: Mon, 13 July 2020, 14:27:24 »
Shipped out this board to its new owner today. Had to record a typing test and take som last pics of it though


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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11703 on: Mon, 20 July 2020, 10:32:03 »
Blue and silver 👌 Here's my LZ CLS sxh

  • Design by LifeZone (LZ).
  • Blue-anodized-case with brushed brass weight.
  • Lubed (205g0) and clipped Cherry screw-in stabilizers.
  • Lubed (Krytox 205g2/105) Alpaca switches, with 62g and TX switch films - mounted on a full aluminum plate.
  • wilba.tech Zeal60 PCB
  • EnjoyPBT blue Sifo blanks















Offline nmur

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11704 on: Mon, 20 July 2020, 11:24:55 »
Blue and silver 👌 Here's my LZ CLS sxh

  • Design by LifeZone (LZ).
  • Blue-anodized-case with brushed brass weight.
  • Lubed (205g0) and clipped Cherry screw-in stabilizers.
  • Lubed (Krytox 205g2/105) Alpaca switches, with 62g and TX switch films - mounted on a full aluminum plate.
  • wilba.tech Zeal60 PCB
  • EnjoyPBT blue Sifo blanks


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I love it, nice one dude

have you considered GMK Striker? or would that be too matchy-matchy do you think?

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11705 on: Mon, 20 July 2020, 11:59:55 »



I love it, nice one dude

have you considered GMK Striker? or would that be too matchy-matchy do you think?

Thanks!
I do like GMK Striker but I actually enjoy the softer look of the light blue blanks for now. Might swap for Striker and snap some pics later.

Offline Sifo

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11706 on: Mon, 20 July 2020, 13:14:31 »
wow I staryn
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Offline MajorKoos

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11707 on: Mon, 20 July 2020, 13:20:31 »
Blue and silver 👌 Here's my LZ CLS sxh

  • Design by LifeZone (LZ).
  • Blue-anodized-case with brushed brass weight.
  • Lubed (205g0) and clipped Cherry screw-in stabilizers.
  • Lubed (Krytox 205g2/105) Alpaca switches, with 62g and TX switch films - mounted on a full aluminum plate.
  • wilba.tech Zeal60 PCB
  • EnjoyPBT blue Sifo blanks


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I love the LZ CLS series.
Really nice keyboard you got there.

Offline OmegaSupreme

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11708 on: Fri, 31 July 2020, 20:29:07 »



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Offline MajorKoos

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11709 on: Sat, 01 August 2020, 15:58:24 »
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Offline pr0ximity

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11710 on: Sun, 02 August 2020, 17:41:46 »
Found some vintage Korean aluminum  :cool:


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Koala

  • TGR Jane V2 brass plate, Hiney h87a
  • TX 60g Vintage Blacks w/ 3204 and Victorinox oil
  • Scuffed SAU keycaps
  • Tokkipee Slug Bugs
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Offline iamacicada

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11711 on: Sun, 02 August 2020, 20:42:44 »
Found some vintage Korean aluminum  :cool:

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Koala

  • TGR Jane V2 brass plate, Hiney h87a
  • TX 60g Vintage Blacks w/ 3204 and Victorinox oil
  • Scuffed SAU keycaps
  • Tokkipee Slug Bugs

Mmmm everything about this is perfect.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11712 on: Sun, 02 August 2020, 20:45:47 »
Love it. Silver Koala looks so good.

Offline ramnes

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11713 on: Mon, 03 August 2020, 07:38:33 »
The case condition is too good to be true, most likely a fake.  ;D

Great board pr0ximity, as always!

Edit: just seeing the little scuff on the front edge, haha, real Koala confirmed
23h18 - photekq: hhkb with silenced realforce sliders and lubricated well is
23h18 - photekq: the best switch i've used

Offline futurecrime

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11714 on: Mon, 03 August 2020, 08:23:55 »
Bloody gorgeous as always.

Offline MajorKoos

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11715 on: Mon, 03 August 2020, 09:28:42 »
Being able to upgrade it with a Hiney PCB for QMK + Via is the icing on the cake.

Offline pr0ximity

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11716 on: Mon, 03 August 2020, 16:03:43 »
Edit: just seeing the little scuff on the front edge, haha, real Koala confirmed

 :cool: Gotta have those authentic scuffs

Being able to upgrade it with a Hiney PCB for QMK + Via is the icing on the cake.

I need to disassemble the original aluminum plate and do the same, this was just an easy build to move over from my Whale. The aluminum has a much nicer sound to it.
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Offline kekstee

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11717 on: Sat, 08 August 2020, 01:24:22 »
Omg. Lovely. Board and pictures.

Offline MMKB

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11718 on: Sun, 30 August 2020, 15:18:54 »
My first Korean Korean keyboard. Viper V3 from Elton's GB. Plastic full plate, broken-in retooled blacks, 50g springs and lubed with 3204.



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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11719 on: Sun, 30 August 2020, 15:28:38 »
Found some vintage Korean aluminum  :cool:

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Koala

  • TGR Jane V2 brass plate, Hiney h87a
  • TX 60g Vintage Blacks w/ 3204 and Victorinox oil
  • Scuffed SAU keycaps
  • Tokkipee Slug Bugs


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Offline imwill

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11720 on: Sun, 13 September 2020, 08:26:50 »
the keyboard I made for my friend. ;)



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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11721 on: Mon, 14 September 2020, 01:21:16 »
the keyboard I made for my friend. ;)

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That TrackpointTM ! I really need to commit to adding it on a board... Did you have a thread about how you implement it?
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Offline Darthbaggins

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11722 on: Tue, 15 September 2020, 09:13:28 »
Ok that is just awesome, Assault Board!!

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11723 on: Mon, 21 September 2020, 06:40:47 »


• LZ Physix with a PA-plate courtesy of max of Cable Car Designs
• TX-filmed 55g vintage browns with Krytox 105 and Victorinox oil
• GMK 9009 including a couple of escapes

Offline MajorKoos

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11724 on: Mon, 21 September 2020, 07:50:10 »
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• LZ Physix with a PA-plate courtesy of max of Cable Car Designs
• TX-filmed 55g vintage browns with Krytox 105 and Victorinox oil
• GMK 9009 including a couple of escapes

Nice build.
How does that PA plate compare to the PC one in terms of sound and feel?
Did you need to remove the internal weight because of flex?

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11725 on: Mon, 21 September 2020, 08:45:16 »
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• LZ Physix with a PA-plate courtesy of max of Cable Car Designs
• TX-filmed 55g vintage browns with Krytox 105 and Victorinox oil
• GMK 9009 including a couple of escapes

Nice build.
How does that PA plate compare to the PC one in terms of sound and feel?
Did you need to remove the internal weight because of flex?

The PA plate is significantly softer than the PC plate that came with the keyboard. I don't know what the keyboard feels or sounds like with said PC plate, but it sounds pretty nice with PA and a bit softer than my keyboards with PC-plates. With the internal weight I found the keyboard unusable, the switches were effectively resting on the weight; made for a very stiff plastic plate. Also the sound was horrible. I think the PA plate might've been too soft for the space available under the PCB.

Offline MajorKoos

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #11726 on: Mon, 21 September 2020, 11:16:40 »
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• LZ Physix with a PA-plate courtesy of max of Cable Car Designs
• TX-filmed 55g vintage browns with Krytox 105 and Victorinox oil
• GMK 9009 including a couple of escapes

Nice build.
How does that PA plate compare to the PC one in terms of sound and feel?
Did you need to remove the internal weight because of flex?

The PA plate is significantly softer than the PC plate that came with the keyboard. I don't know what the keyboard feels or sounds like with said PC plate, but it sounds pretty nice with PA and a bit softer than my keyboards with PC-plates. With the internal weight I found the keyboard unusable, the switches were effectively resting on the weight; made for a very stiff plastic plate. Also the sound was horrible. I think the PA plate might've been too soft for the space available under the PCB.

Thanks for the detail.
People using the PC place have reported similar issues with the internal weight. 
Makes me wonder if a diffuser layer would help.
(I did a linear build with a CF plate for mine so no issues to report)

That red though - so good.