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[GB] [Round 1 done] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« on: Thu, 16 April 2015, 07:18:13 »
Information about round 1:
What are we  waiting for?
Nothing. Time for round two! This went relatively smoothly.



Shipping list(not updated, everyone has got their plate except TheAnyDay who will recieve a replacement in round two.:
 
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dezoe (confirmed arrival)
a-c
pix3l_fodder (confirmed arrival)
primered6 (confirmed arrival)
TalkingTree
Tiramisuu
Arcoril
flabbergast (confirmed arrival)
wannabesrevenge (confirmed arrival)
jdeblese (confirmed arrival)
Ripudio
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faxe360 (confirmed arrival)
Ruisu
quochung1989
Defying
afusco
pietdagamer (confirmed arrival)
Melanic
cwils0n
Tyr
pepsi (confirmed arrival)
theanyday
mversion
javallet
vitaLee (Gaterons) (confirmed arrival)
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mashby (confirmed arrival)
Fire Brand (confirmed arrival)
ehwc
honoka
go3001
Paranoid (confirmed arrival)
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Cptbadass
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FreeChemicals (confirmed arrival)
mp101
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loki993
Nephiel
3K (confirmed arrival)



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Looks like we are getting rounded corners on the plate(chosen by you)
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Length of GB, chosen by you
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Finish chosen by the community
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Questions

If you have any concerns regarding the group buy, please post in this thread or PM me.
You pay plate(s), shipping and 3% Paypal fee.

One of the first 50 orders were chosen to get a set of Gateron Blacks to fill their plate
Here is the draw video:
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Plate layout files: ANSI plate, ISO plate
Keyboard Layout editor: ISO layout, ANSI layout
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  • Features:

    Finish [✔ by me
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    Fit [ ✔ by me, Cherry and Gaterons switches are lose, but not wobbly, you may want to glue if you have thight keycaps and/or you want to remove them often. Kailh fits thightly. ALPS switches fit, but not thightly, not tested with multiple switches or stabilisers.
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    Layout ISO [✔]
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    Layout ANSI [✔
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    Plate Cherry Stabilisers [✔ by SwillKB ✔ by me, This is the plate on top off Pok3r plate:
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    PCB Cherry Stabilisers [✔ by SwillKB. This plate on top off Pok3r plate:
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    Costar Stabilizers [✗ in sample, hopefully ✔ in final edition(no gurantee, but new fix by awesome Swill) ]

    60% Case (Pok3r cast aluminium case) [✔ mountholes allign nicely, need PCB or spacers to mount properly, validated by me
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    About the mount holes from SwillKB:

    This is the default and recommended switch cutout. It balances features with affordability since it is less expensive to cut than any of the other openable cutouts. This opening allows for MX switches to be opened without desoldering and is also Alps compatible.




Prices:

10 plates ordered, per 26$, 24€

20 plates ordered, per 23$, 21€


50 plates ordered, per 20$, 18€ <------- We are here

100 plates ordered, per 17$, 16€




ANSI(without the rounded corners the plate will have)




ISO(without the rounded corners the plate will have)


I will do more of this in the future, so please stay tuned!
There will be some plate leftovers on sale after the group buy is done for an increased price.

Thanks for showing interest, i probably forgot something, post any questions under!
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #1 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 11:07:57 »

Most people use the forum standard, which has a dark grey background. It's best not to use black lettering. ;)
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #2 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 11:09:47 »
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Most people use the forum standard, which has a dark grey background. It's best not to use black lettering. ;)

Sorry about that. Fixed!

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #3 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 11:09:50 »
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Most people use the forum standard, which has a dark grey background. It's best not to use black lettering. ;)
That's clearly a message to use the superior white theme! :p
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #4 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 11:29:25 »
It would be great to get links to the layouts through "keyboard layout editor"

the picture lacks the screw holes, do they have holes for all 6 60% case screws?
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #5 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 11:36:55 »
It would be great to get links to the layouts through "keyboard layout editor"

the picture lacks the screw holes, do they have holes for all 6 60% case screws?

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Plate layout files: ANSI plate, ISO plate
Keyboard Layout editor: ISO layout, ANSI layout


Yes, it does have screw holes for the standard 60% case.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #6 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 12:00:53 »
Pardon my ignorance, but what stabilizers are supported? Plate? PCB? or Plate/PCB?

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #7 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 12:02:51 »
Everything that is officially supported by the SwillKB's tool.
Everything should be supported, but at least plate Cherry and plate Costar. I test when i get the samples.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #8 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 12:04:35 »
Pardon my ignorance, but what stabilizers are supported? Plate? PCB? or Plate/PCB?

Those holes will support Costar, plate mount Cherry, and PCB mount Cherry.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #9 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 12:05:21 »
Thanks for confirming!

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #10 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 13:21:57 »
Looking good  :D I'll be definitely buying some.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #11 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 13:22:38 »
What are the economics behind this gb? From what I see is these are exactly the same prices can be obtained for example on lasermaster.co.uk...

Plus, sorry again... but you are trying to sell an untested object?????

Everything that is officially supported by the SwillKB's tool.
Everything should be supported, but at least plate Cherry and plate Costar. I test when i get the samples.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #12 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 13:36:39 »
What are the economics behind this gb? From what I see is these are exactly the same prices can be obtained for example on lasermaster.co.uk...

Plus, sorry again... but you are trying to sell an untested object?????

Okay. First of, this GB might not be economically suitable for everyone, but for the majority. If you can get it cheaper another place, do it! Also, the prices may be lower than they are currently, i just don't want to set them to low before we start.

I AM NOT selling a untested product, and i would never do it, therefore, i have ordered samples so i can test everything before selling.

My product is tested and has gone through surface treatment to make it reliable and good looking.


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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #13 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 13:37:02 »
Looking good  :D I'll be definitely buying some.

Yay! EU or CONUS?

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #14 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 14:03:32 »
Will definitly buy one for a custom 60%, mostly because of the low shipping to EU   :D
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #15 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 14:14:10 »
Will definitly buy one for a custom 60%, mostly because of the low shipping to EU   :D

Nice to hear!

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #16 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:14:42 »
I'm in for an ansi, 60%..  Way overdue  for a properly programmable customer.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #17 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:15:25 »
I'm in for an ansi, 60%..  Way overdue  for a properly programmable customer.
Nice! Overdue for what?

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #18 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:22:21 »
In for ISO

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #19 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:23:05 »
In for ISO
Nice! Another fellow ISOer :)

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #20 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:23:35 »
Something arduino ish that lets me run colemak and spacefn.   I  was hoping the poker 3 was going to be fully programmable but no such luck.

I know there are some Chinese gh60 early revision pcb's floating around but I'm not sure what the quality is like.   I may end up hand wiring if nothing shows up.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #21 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:25:36 »
Something arduino ish that lets me run colemak and spacefn.   I  was hoping the poker 3 was going to be fully programmable but no such luck.

I know there are some Chinese gh60 early revision pcb's floating around but I'm not sure what the quality is like.   I may end up hand wiring if nothing shows up.
Sounds cool! I personally still use hand wiring because there are almost no reasonable priced, easy to get PCBs for me.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #22 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:27:08 »
Something arduino ish that lets me run colemak and spacefn.   I  was hoping the poker 3 was going to be fully programmable but no such luck.

I know there are some Chinese gh60 early revision pcb's floating around but I'm not sure what the quality is like.   I may end up hand wiring if nothing shows up.

I bought a GH60 Satan edition from taobao, and while I haven't built it up yet, it seems pretty good. Some people were complaining that they can't get it programmed correctly, though.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #23 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:28:37 »
Something arduino ish that lets me run colemak and spacefn.   I  was hoping the poker 3 was going to be fully programmable but no such luck.

I know there are some Chinese gh60 early revision pcb's floating around but I'm not sure what the quality is like.   I may end up hand wiring if nothing shows up.

I bought a GH60 Satan edition from taobao, and while I haven't built it up yet, it seems pretty good. Some people were complaining that they can't get it programmed correctly, though.
The naming of that plate is a little ehh... controversial...

I saw it to. Do you think the programming is easy to use, or more complicated?

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #24 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:30:35 »
I saw it to. Do you think the programming is easy to use, or more complicated?

Seems complicated: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=66624.msg1712129#msg1712129
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #25 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:32:25 »
I saw it to. Do you think the programming is easy to use, or more complicated?

Seems complicated: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=66624.msg1712129#msg1712129
Hmm. Would be interesting with a GB for it with super cheap prices.

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« Reply #26 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:33:44 »
Something arduino ish that lets me run colemak and spacefn.   I  was hoping the poker 3 was going to be fully programmable but no such luck.

I know there are some Chinese gh60 early revision pcb's floating around but I'm not sure what the quality is like.   I may end up hand wiring if nothing shows up.
Pok3r should have Colemak via DIP switches.

I can recommend the AMJ60 Pro which adds some features: resettable fuse for over-current protection, pins for a bluetooth module (UART), mount for SMT LEDs on the back (with resitors presoldered) and small improvements with the PCB itself.

It runs fine with TMK. The only drawback is basically non-existent documentation, even in Chinese I could only find one howto.

There's also the Satan PCB.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #27 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:35:48 »
I saw it to. Do you think the programming is easy to use, or more complicated?

Seems complicated: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=66624.msg1712129#msg1712129
Hmm. Would be interesting with a GB for it with super cheap prices.

Yes, I asked in that thread "I just ordered one from taobao seller loveq. Maybe someone could get in contact with him? He sells Gaterons, GH60 Satan, and stabilizers through taobao, but I'd rather deal with him directly without a taobao agent, if at all possible."

If someone could do a mini GB from him for PCBs, switches, stabilizers...I think it would be pretty popular.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #28 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:36:26 »
I saw it to. Do you think the programming is easy to use, or more complicated?

Seems complicated: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=66624.msg1712129#msg1712129
Hmm. Would be interesting with a GB for it with super cheap prices.

Yes, I asked in that thread "I just ordered one from taobao seller loveq. Maybe someone could get in contact with him? He sells Gaterons, GH60 Satan, and stabilizers through taobao, but I'd rather deal with him directly without a taobao agent, if at all possible."

If someone could do a mini GB from him for PCBs, switches, stabilizers...I think it would be pretty popular.
For sure.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #29 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:38:52 »
Looking good  :D I'll be definitely buying some.

Yay! EU or CONUS?
I live in Finland, so it should be convenient enough getting them from you ;)

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #30 on: Wed, 06 May 2015, 16:40:12 »
Looking good  :D I'll be definitely buying some.

Yay! EU or CONUS?
I live in Finland, so it should be convenient enough getting them from you ;)
Yes it will! Super awesome to see some Europeans here to. (Still love you Americans and other Internationals)

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #31 on: Thu, 07 May 2015, 00:42:41 »
Hi! If I wanted to change an ISO Pok3r to ansi layout (because cap sets), would this work? A reviewer was pretty sure the pcb could host both layouts without modification. I live in Finland too.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #32 on: Thu, 07 May 2015, 00:46:41 »
Hi! If I wanted to change an ISO Pok3r to ansi layout (because cap sets), would this work? A reviewer was pretty sure the pcb could host both layouts without modification. I live in Finland too.

That sounds like a lot of work, but in the theory, it should work. I am not sure myself though.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #33 on: Fri, 08 May 2015, 14:58:29 »
Hey! I think the plates might arrive sometime next week or probably two weeks. This thread will maybe be a little dead until then, but i will keep you updated! Keep on posting if you have any questions :)
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #34 on: Fri, 08 May 2015, 16:50:53 »
I'm getting one of each.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #35 on: Fri, 08 May 2015, 16:57:05 »
If you are feeling overly motivated a 40% plate would be pretty interesting.

There seems to be a shortage of 40% case shells but a jd40 type layout frame that matched screw holes with the planck case might be a winner.

I've been waiting for another shot at the jd40 for a while but it hasn't been available for a while.
I'm pretty sure a jd40 layout with spacefn could replace my poker as my keyboard for my bag back and forth from work.

I keep hoping to see the textblade come out as a success but the delays in getting to production and the associated delays in software development seem to leave them a long way from delivering the board with usable pc/linux layouts.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #37 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 00:30:04 »
If you are feeling overly motivated a 40% plate would be pretty interesting.

There seems to be a shortage of 40% case shells but a jd40 type layout frame that matched screw holes with the planck case might be a winner.

I've been waiting for another shot at the jd40 for a while but it hasn't been available for a while.
I'm pretty sure a jd40 layout with spacefn could replace my poker as my keyboard for my bag back and forth from work.

I keep hoping to see the textblade come out as a success but the delays in getting to production and the associated delays in software development seem to leave them a long way from delivering the board with usable pc/linux layouts.
40% keyboards are quite interesting, yes. If I run a new GB I might add some options and do a MOQ.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #38 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 13:17:48 »
40% keybs are very interesting but I believe everyone would seek a custom layout.
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #39 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 13:25:44 »
40% keybs are very interesting but I believe everyone would seek a custom layout.

I agree, i cannot please everyone with the choices i make. I think this standard layout is the one that would fit most people.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #40 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 13:54:28 »
Nice work, LeandreN.  I'll be snagging an ANSI plate as well...maybe two :p

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #41 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 13:56:06 »
Thanks!

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #42 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 17:14:09 »
When does this GB close? I'm afraid I won't be getting paid for a few weeks and that plate is so sexy, and at a wonderful price too  :'(
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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #43 on: Sat, 09 May 2015, 23:56:02 »
When does this GB close? I'm afraid I won't be getting paid for a few weeks and that plate is so sexy, and at a wonderful price too  :'(
It isn't started yet. I may get the plates next week, validate a few days an then open orders if everything is okay. I will have orders open as long as I am getting a significant amount of orders.

I wish you good luck and I hope that you will be able to buy :)

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #44 on: Sun, 10 May 2015, 03:55:07 »
While you wait for this GB, get a mechanical keychain ;)

Also planning to add some kind of lucky "1 random of the 10 first plates will recieve it with premounted Gateron blacks" or something. What do you think of that?

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #45 on: Sun, 10 May 2015, 14:12:24 »
Will these plates fit in a poker II case?

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #46 on: Sun, 10 May 2015, 14:17:02 »
Will these plates fit in a poker II case?
That is the plan, yes :)

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #47 on: Tue, 12 May 2015, 03:53:44 »
And Cherry stabilisers are ordered!

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #48 on: Tue, 12 May 2015, 10:17:37 »
Just a little note: It looks like there's a little bug with the combined stab cutout in swill's tool:
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=65189.msg1741788#msg1741788

You probably have to update the plate files.

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Re: [GB] ISO & ANSI 60% mountplates
« Reply #49 on: Tue, 12 May 2015, 10:18:27 »
Just a little note: It looks like there's a little bug with the combined stab cutout in swill's tool:
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=65189.msg1741788#msg1741788

You probably have to update the plate files.
I saw it. Is that fixed now by Swill ?