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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6600 on: Fri, 20 March 2020, 13:55:22 »
ATM an M122  :))
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6601 on: Fri, 20 March 2020, 14:45:04 »

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6602 on: Fri, 20 March 2020, 16:15:18 »
kn2.10^2, cherry mx clear with 3 layers of ro59, 63.5g springs with gpl-105

black blank pbt until gmk alter arrives

might cerakote black to navy

Both boards look great. I especially like the black one, just the way it is. What is all of this about cerakote anyway? I know its properties well, from firearms. I'm very surprised to see it being used on keyboards. Why use it over other finishes in these applications?

easy to mix colors

cheaper than stripping and reanodizing

powder coating is too thick sometimes


the black seen here is electro plated
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6603 on: Fri, 20 March 2020, 17:00:06 »
kn2.10^2, cherry mx clear with 3 layers of ro59, 63.5g springs with gpl-105

black blank pbt until gmk alter arrives

might cerakote black to navy

Both boards look great. I especially like the black one, just the way it is. What is all of this about cerakote anyway? I know its properties well, from firearms. I'm very surprised to see it being used on keyboards. Why use it over other finishes in these applications?

easy to mix colors

cheaper than stripping and reanodizing

powder coating is too thick sometimes


the black seen here is electro plated

That makes sense. I never would have thought tolerances would be that tight on keyboards, but maybe with some weird cap sets and/or extremely tight tolerances between the tops and bottoms of cases? Cerakote is a very durable finish too, not the most durable around, but not far off.

That braided usb cable is cool too, by the way. I would have never thought of something like that.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6604 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 11:58:47 »
And for a change, I usually switch to a near-new Northgate Omnikey101 for a few days.
Warren had a plan for everything. Bernie has a plan for nothing, or vague ones in a briefing book somewhere. If you have a question, she has an answer and if you waited long enough after a speech, she held office hours where she would explain the finer points of restructuring institutions holding working people down – a health care system that bankrupted them, college costs that crippled them, and banks that exploited them.
By the fall, after hundreds of lectures, rallies attracting 10,000 roaring fans, and stellar performances at debates, she was a front runner. It didn’t last. When everyone was yelling last fall for a price tag for Medicare for All, Warren, the A student, stepped up and offered one. That bought breathing room for Sanders, who still hasn’t. And Warren suggested there would be a transition period before anyone’s private insurance would be taken away. That was heresy to purists but not enough reassurance to moderates to keep her from sinking in the polls.
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6605 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 13:58:27 »
Does the crystal increase your typing speed?
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6606 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 14:03:08 »
Does the crystal increase your typing speed?

No, it is possible that its calming effect even slows me down, but it is probably worth it.
Warren had a plan for everything. Bernie has a plan for nothing, or vague ones in a briefing book somewhere. If you have a question, she has an answer and if you waited long enough after a speech, she held office hours where she would explain the finer points of restructuring institutions holding working people down – a health care system that bankrupted them, college costs that crippled them, and banks that exploited them.
By the fall, after hundreds of lectures, rallies attracting 10,000 roaring fans, and stellar performances at debates, she was a front runner. It didn’t last. When everyone was yelling last fall for a price tag for Medicare for All, Warren, the A student, stepped up and offered one. That bought breathing room for Sanders, who still hasn’t. And Warren suggested there would be a transition period before anyone’s private insurance would be taken away. That was heresy to purists but not enough reassurance to moderates to keep her from sinking in the polls.
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6607 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 12:25:50 »
And for a change, I usually switch to a near-new Northgate Omnikey101 for a few days.

Wow. That's cool. What all did you do to that F122?

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6608 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 13:07:57 »

What all did you do to that F122?


Not really all that much. I took it apart and did the ANSI mod (note the 3 brass screws that I always add for supplemental tension in the plates). I painted the plate "Hammered Copper" Rustoleum and cut a new mat out of "Chestnut Brown" art foam. I shaped wooden inserts to fill the voids in the bottom tray on each side, they are just in there loose.

I re-painted everywhere that made sense, just to freshen it up, and there is a fair amount of waffle rubber drawer liner underneath the internals to reduce noise along with my requisite floss mod. At the back I added the handle and cut a piece of black plastic for a shield to keep the brains of the operation out of sight and out of harm's way. The cut glass drawer pull required drilling a hole, and I used rubber washers just in case.

To put the top shell back on, I would have to remove the drawer pull, the plastic shield, and the handle.

If you have a 122-key Model F and are curious, just take the top off for a week. I think that you might like it.
Warren had a plan for everything. Bernie has a plan for nothing, or vague ones in a briefing book somewhere. If you have a question, she has an answer and if you waited long enough after a speech, she held office hours where she would explain the finer points of restructuring institutions holding working people down – a health care system that bankrupted them, college costs that crippled them, and banks that exploited them.
By the fall, after hundreds of lectures, rallies attracting 10,000 roaring fans, and stellar performances at debates, she was a front runner. It didn’t last. When everyone was yelling last fall for a price tag for Medicare for All, Warren, the A student, stepped up and offered one. That bought breathing room for Sanders, who still hasn’t. And Warren suggested there would be a transition period before anyone’s private insurance would be taken away. That was heresy to purists but not enough reassurance to moderates to keep her from sinking in the polls.
– Margaret Carlson 2020–03–09

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6609 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 19:35:53 »

What all did you do to that F122?


Not really all that much. I took it apart and did the ANSI mod (note the 3 brass screws that I always add for supplemental tension in the plates). I painted the plate "Hammered Copper" Rustoleum and cut a new mat out of "Chestnut Brown" art foam. I shaped wooden inserts to fill the voids in the bottom tray on each side, they are just in there loose.

I re-painted everywhere that made sense, just to freshen it up, and there is a fair amount of waffle rubber drawer liner underneath the internals to reduce noise along with my requisite floss mod. At the back I added the handle and cut a piece of black plastic for a shield to keep the brains of the operation out of sight and out of harm's way. The cut glass drawer pull required drilling a hole, and I used rubber washers just in case.

To put the top shell back on, I would have to remove the drawer pull, the plastic shield, and the handle.

If you have a 122-key Model F and are curious, just take the top off for a week. I think that you might like it.

Alas, I do not. I don't know if I ever will either, since I have an F XT, 2 F ATs, a new F77 ... and still want an F107. I sure wouldn't mind having one some day though, and that carry handle mod is good enough reason for me to take the guts out and leave them out, hopefully with a board that's already got a trashed case.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6610 on: Tue, 24 March 2020, 02:06:30 »

New coming  :p
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6611 on: Tue, 24 March 2020, 03:20:22 »
Maledicted, I am really sorry I let you down. I hope you do not think I was holding out on you. I honestly did not see anything that was remotely fixable or even the right model. As close as you are it would certainly have been no big deal. I just thought, did you call that place and no answer? The guy is a Germaphobe! Also, finally I am just going to pay a semi or two to take all the electronic junk. Could cost a lot but I am tired of it already. It is all either non working or outright destroyed. Everyone else, Sorry for off topic. Right now I am going to go spend some time trying to find the very few Topre key cap sets.  I have not checked in about 6 years so hopefully a little more selection now. My only issue with the stock ones is on the black the font nearly blends in with the cap. I am a touch typist anyhow though. Right now it is 100% black in here.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6612 on: Tue, 24 March 2020, 18:10:28 »
Maledicted, I am really sorry I let you down. I hope you do not think I was holding out on you. I honestly did not see anything that was remotely fixable or even the right model. As close as you are it would certainly have been no big deal. I just thought, did you call that place and no answer? The guy is a Germaphobe! Also, finally I am just going to pay a semi or two to take all the electronic junk. Could cost a lot but I am tired of it already. It is all either non working or outright destroyed. Everyone else, Sorry for off topic. Right now I am going to go spend some time trying to find the very few Topre key cap sets.  I have not checked in about 6 years so hopefully a little more selection now. My only issue with the stock ones is on the black the font nearly blends in with the cap. I am a touch typist anyhow though. Right now it is 100% black in here.

You have what you have. I know how that song and dance works, I have hung out at quite a few recycling facilities. I don't think the 4704 keyboards were made in very significant numbers to begin with. I haven't tried contacting him yet.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6613 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 10:59:53 »
NeXT non-ADB keyboard with rejuvenated and powder-lubed Alps SKCM Cream switches.
Wishlist: 1) hotswap gasket mount; 2) nice Alps blank caps; 3) Hipro Iris with adjustable tenting; 4) CNC POM case
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PLUM 84 'Topre-clone' 55g Korean dome
HHKB Pro 2 HasuBT
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What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6614 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 16:27:13 »
Northgate OmniKey Plus with Alps SKCM White, manufactured on December of 1989, acquired NIB on 2017.




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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6615 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 22:36:23 »
Northgate OmniKey Plus with Alps SKCM White, manufactured on December of 1989, acquired NIB on 2017.

Nice. I really wish I had gotten mine in better shape. It is going to be ... fun ... trying to clean it up.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6616 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 23:23:03 »
So My M122 from Unicomp is in on Warranty because it's USB controller fried, I'm quite sad about it, but thankfully it's still on warranty so it wasn't the worst thing.

In the meantime, instead of both that and my F122, I've got that and my GMMK with Kailh Box Jades on them, with DSA Elven on it:

238473-0

I had gotten a few recommendations from people on here to try Jades and Navies, and while I was putting this together, I couldn't get my hands on Navies, and decided to just do Jades, and I'm like incredibly happy with that decision. It's great.

I set the keys to glow green after a press as well, which really fits with the theme. I do love this board.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6617 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 23:51:06 »
So My M122 from Unicomp is in on Warranty because it's USB controller fried, I'm quite sad about it, but thankfully it's still on warranty so it wasn't the worst thing.

In the meantime, instead of both that and my F122, I've got that and my GMMK with Kailh Box Jades on them, with DSA Elven on it:

I had gotten a few recommendations from people on here to try Jades and Navies, and while I was putting this together, I couldn't get my hands on Navies, and decided to just do Jades, and I'm like incredibly happy with that decision. It's great.

I set the keys to glow green after a press as well, which really fits with the theme. I do love this board.

That's a really cool cap set. I knew you would like jades. Closest thing I have found to the feel of any good vintage clicky switches.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6618 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 23:53:25 »
So My M122 from Unicomp is in on Warranty because it's USB controller fried, I'm quite sad about it, but thankfully it's still on warranty so it wasn't the worst thing.

In the meantime, instead of both that and my F122, I've got that and my GMMK with Kailh Box Jades on them, with DSA Elven on it:

I had gotten a few recommendations from people on here to try Jades and Navies, and while I was putting this together, I couldn't get my hands on Navies, and decided to just do Jades, and I'm like incredibly happy with that decision. It's great.

I set the keys to glow green after a press as well, which really fits with the theme. I do love this board.

That's a really cool cap set. I knew you would like jades. Closest thing I have found to the feel of any good vintage clicky switches.

true story man, you were like 70% of that recommendation pressure. I'm very very glad I listened.

They do have a very vintage feel, I never thought about that.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6619 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 23:55:45 »
Corne with polar pandas and guess what keycaps. Case 3d printed from keyhive, this thing sounds like a machine gun




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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6620 on: Sat, 28 March 2020, 00:47:36 »
I found out what my keyboard is. A guy I know came over. The Army trained him to be a Translator in the Korean war. When he came back he spent the next 40 years helping S. Korean families settle in America. So he speaks fluent Korean. It is a Rama works Koyu. Tank with back weight. I take it was worth the money then. Since you would be hard pressed to even find one. Now it has Halo Trues And KAT Milkshake. Plus custom cord that can tow a Semi. I prefer Topre anyways. I will not post another picture of it as agreed upon with other members here.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6621 on: Sat, 28 March 2020, 01:46:15 »
I found out what my keyboard is. A guy I know came over. The Army trained him to be a Translator in the Korean war. When he came back he spent the next 40 years helping S. Korean families settle in America. So he speaks fluent Korean. It is a Rama works Koyu. Tank with back weight. I take it was worth the money then. Since you would be hard pressed to even find one. Now it has Halo Trues And KAT Milkshake. Plus custom cord that can tow a Semi. I prefer Topre anyways. I will not post another picture of it as agreed upon with other members here.

Pants on fire...

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6622 on: Sat, 28 March 2020, 03:02:08 »
Nah walie, this time you are really wrong. I wear Firefighter pullups. Just because they last for rough work. However they do not start on fire! HA! I get your joke though. Seriously, I do not understand why sometimes you are helpful to me and usually at odds. At least you have toned it down though. I do not mind cheap insults at all. Just please save really nasty stuff. This is a family forum. Hey, remember you actually tried to help me figure out why QMK would not work on it. That was nice of you at least. Unfortunately it still does not work. Luckily Rama has their own app but it is not nearly as good as Json. I think Rama makes it pretty clear that QMK does not support it Except the toolbox to burn the firmware. It will do. I kind of expect I spend this much, full customization. Plus I have already waited a month+.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6623 on: Sat, 28 March 2020, 14:54:16 »
Nah walie, this time you are really wrong. I wear Firefighter pullups. Just because they last for rough work. However they do not start on fire! HA! I get your joke though. Seriously, I do not understand why sometimes you are helpful to me and usually at odds. At least you have toned it down though. I do not mind cheap insults at all. Just please save really nasty stuff. This is a family forum. Hey, remember you actually tried to help me figure out why QMK would not work on it. That was nice of you at least. Unfortunately it still does not work. Luckily Rama has their own app but it is not nearly as good as Json. I think Rama makes it pretty clear that QMK does not support it Except the toolbox to burn the firmware. It will do. I kind of expect I spend this much, full customization. Plus I have already waited a month+.

Rama doesn't state that at all. Surely someone of your intelligence and experience would have known that. Although the room does get hotter when you come in.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6624 on: Sat, 28 March 2020, 20:07:10 »
Read between he lines bro. It is listed in there. when yo go to flash, board dead have to reset and your new settings not retained. Use their VIA

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6625 on: Sat, 28 March 2020, 23:45:19 »
there are so so so many unnecessary lines.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6626 on: Tue, 31 March 2020, 16:55:00 »
Luckily Rama has their own app but it is not nearly as good as Json. I think Rama makes it pretty clear that QMK does not support it Except the toolbox to burn the firmware. It will do. I kind of expect I spend this much, full customization. Plus I have already waited a month+.

1. Koyu is perfectly well supported by QMK
2. VIA is not made by Rama
3. VIA is QMK. It's just a GUI for it and based on a different keymap that has some additional features enabled

4. you are wrong in almost every sentence. stop trolling. thanks.
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6627 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 10:37:19 »
Currently using my iKBC New Poker II that I swapped switches on, I swapped in Gateron Ink Blacks and Gateron Yellows (Lubed w/ 205g0)
IMO a much better experience w/ the board now compared to when it had MX-Browns on it.

               
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6628 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 10:44:15 »
Currently using my iKBC New Poker II that I swapped switches on, I swapped in Gateron Ink Blacks and Gateron Yellows (Lubed w/ 205g0)
IMO a much better experience w/ the board now compared to when it had MX-Browns on it.

Looking good.  :thumb: I have those same caps on a K65. Not bad at all for the price.

Everything is a better experience than MX browns, sadly.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6629 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 12:08:04 »
Thanks,  lol true I do plan on taking apart the browns I pulled to lube them slightly but in all I guess they're just spare switches at this point.
               
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6630 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 15:44:41 »
I just purchased a Realforce 88U from KeyboardCo. I am VERY happy with it, and I hope to have it for many years :-D
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6631 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 15:50:44 »
I just purchased a Realforce 88U from KeyboardCo. I am VERY happy with it, and I hope to have it for many years :-D

Nice. I have had a growing urge to get a topre board, just to see what all of the hubbub is all about myself, but being mostly into very loud clickies, I can't be confident that I would like them.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6632 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 16:56:32 »
I just purchased a Realforce 88U from KeyboardCo. I am VERY happy with it, and I hope to have it for many years :-D

Nice. I have had a growing urge to get a topre board, just to see what all of the hubbub is all about myself, but being mostly into very loud clickies, I can't be confident that I would like them.



There seems to be a consencus (?) that Topre boards holds their value quite well. Going by that, you should be able to resell your keyboard if you aren't happy with it, and get most of your money back :-)
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6633 on: Wed, 01 April 2020, 18:41:13 »
I just purchased a Realforce 88U from KeyboardCo. I am VERY happy with it, and I hope to have it for many years :-D

Nice. I have had a growing urge to get a topre board, just to see what all of the hubbub is all about myself, but being mostly into very loud clickies, I can't be confident that I would like them.



There seems to be a consencus (?) that Topre boards holds their value quite well. Going by that, you should be able to resell your keyboard if you aren't happy with it, and get most of your money back :-)

they used hold value good. I guess now there is a lot in the wild being sold dropping the price hard. You can get a HHKB Pro 2 for 140 dollars these days on mech market. Have seen plenty going for that price.
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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6634 on: Fri, 03 April 2020, 06:44:47 »
I'm currently using the Bastron Glass Keyboard.
At first it was frustrating to get tpying fast on it or touchh-typing. It takes a bit of getting used to, but I like using it. Makes me feel like I am using the keyboard from IronMan.
« Last Edit: Fri, 03 April 2020, 06:56:38 by knightjp »

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6635 on: Fri, 03 April 2020, 06:55:18 »
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Finally built my Duck Raven up with some pristine SKCM oranges I linerized, thing types like a dream! I also got a batch of SKCM browns I may swap in later, but I am seriously enjoying these linearized oranges.

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Re: What Keyboard Are You Using Now?
« Reply #6636 on: Fri, 03 April 2020, 08:11:49 »
I'm currently using the Bastron Glass Keyboard.
At first it was frustrating to get tpying fast on it or touchh-typing. It takes a bit of getting used to, but I like using it. Makes me feel like I am using the keyboard from IronMan.

Seriously? Ha. I never thought I would see that board on here until/if I ever ended up sending mine out for review. I found one for cheap and snatched it up just to see how horrible it was for myself. It does definitely seem like something out of a sci-fi movie though.

Finally built my Duck Raven up with some pristine SKCM oranges I linerized, thing types like a dream! I also got a batch of SKCM browns I may swap in later, but I am seriously enjoying these linearized oranges.

I bet. I almost want a modern alps board, maybe eventually. Nice subdued look to that board.