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Offline gundam

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360Corsa
« Reply #50 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 09:36:04 »
Apple silver and Hyper gray are used as housing colors as above photo.
The brass key has angle of inclination like as slope of the lower plate.
The brass key which has the inclination angle is mounted through the under plate.

This is assembled using the black switch which is the switch of mechanical keyboard of the Cherry Co.
360 Corsa is produces by the whole aluminum plate when it was coproduced.
But now it was used the partial plate board of poly carbonate material which was put into coproduction of 356.2 because it can be replaced to plate board of 356.2.

We recommend a combination with the pure black switch for partial plate because a board material of 360 Corsa is soft material unlike the existing custom keyboard.
If the spring is lubricated by the LSD oil or the Anti-shock which is called as the red medicine, you can hearing a distinctive sound like spring bounce.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #51 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 09:51:43 »
That collection is just too good. I would give up everything keyboard related I own for that Corsa. Too nice.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #52 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 10:04:34 »
That collection is just too good. I would give up everything keyboard related I own for that Corsa. Too nice.

got to try a 360 corsa w/gateron blacks. It was extremely nice. Helped convince me OTD boards were worth their market premium. I'd hold out for a 356 personally but nothing wrong with the corsa, it is still just as amazing.

Looking forward to your write ups and photos for the 456 and Koala gundam!
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Re: 360Corsa
« Reply #53 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 10:11:56 »
Apple silver and Hyper gray are used as housing colors as above photo.
The brass key has angle of inclination like as slope of the lower plate.
The brass key which has the inclination angle is mounted through the under plate.

This is assembled using the black switch which is the switch of mechanical keyboard of the Cherry Co.
360 Corsa is produces by the whole aluminum plate when it was coproduced.
But now it was used the partial plate board of poly carbonate material which was put into coproduction of 356.2 because it can be replaced to plate board of 356.2.

We recommend a combination with the pure black switch for partial plate because a board material of 360 Corsa is soft material unlike the existing custom keyboard.
If the spring is lubricated by the LSD oil or the Anti-shock which is called as the red medicine, you can hearing a distinctive sound like spring bounce.

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Sorry if this has been addressed, but are you on the OTD-making team?

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Re: 360Corsa
« Reply #54 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 10:20:56 »
Apple silver and Hyper gray are used as housing colors as above photo.
The brass key has angle of inclination like as slope of the lower plate.
The brass key which has the inclination angle is mounted through the under plate.

This is assembled using the black switch which is the switch of mechanical keyboard of the Cherry Co.
360 Corsa is produces by the whole aluminum plate when it was coproduced.
But now it was used the partial plate board of poly carbonate material which was put into coproduction of 356.2 because it can be replaced to plate board of 356.2.

We recommend a combination with the pure black switch for partial plate because a board material of 360 Corsa is soft material unlike the existing custom keyboard.
If the spring is lubricated by the LSD oil or the Anti-shock which is called as the red medicine, you can hearing a distinctive sound like spring bounce.

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Sorry if this has been addressed, but are you on the OTD-making team?

No. i'm just general member.

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Re: 360Corsa
« Reply #55 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 10:38:37 »
Apple silver and Hyper gray are used as housing colors as above photo.
The brass key has angle of inclination like as slope of the lower plate.
The brass key which has the inclination angle is mounted through the under plate.

This is assembled using the black switch which is the switch of mechanical keyboard of the Cherry Co.
360 Corsa is produces by the whole aluminum plate when it was coproduced.
But now it was used the partial plate board of poly carbonate material which was put into coproduction of 356.2 because it can be replaced to plate board of 356.2.

We recommend a combination with the pure black switch for partial plate because a board material of 360 Corsa is soft material unlike the existing custom keyboard.
If the spring is lubricated by the LSD oil or the Anti-shock which is called as the red medicine, you can hearing a distinctive sound like spring bounce.

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Sorry if this has been addressed, but are you on the OTD-making team?

No. i'm just general member.

Ah, okay. Your knowledge is wide and authoritative!

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #56 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 10:41:24 »



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This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #57 on: Fri, 15 January 2016, 12:42:03 »
I think after seeing all of these pictures there needs to be a OTD Therapy thread for me. :p
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #58 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 01:49:55 »
Now what I need is to learn korean and join the korean community

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #59 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 02:30:49 »
This thread is painful to be subscribed to

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356.2
« Reply #60 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 10:17:41 »
356.2 is a custom keyboard which was coproduced by Sir, Eungsam in otd.kr for outstanding members who have an attack power more than 2000 as the 2nd version of 356.2.

CEM-3 material was used for the board unlike the existing 356CL, and partial plate of polycarbonate was used as plate.

So, it depends on setting, but the keyboard give different typing feeling when this is assembled.
This keyboard has feeling of cushion by combination of CEM-3 board and partial polyester plate.
So, it relieves fatigue in the finger when you do paper work or play the game for a long time.

It is recommended that you assemble a pure black switch or 62g white switch.
It can be comfortable with 360 Corsa for board and plate.
If you insert the partial plate of 356.2 in to the 360 Corsa, it gives a absolutely different typing feeling.

So, you can see a lot of people nowadays who want to buy the 356.2 which were produced about 60pcs, but it is not easy to buy it.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #61 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 10:32:09 »
356.2 is a custom keyboard which was coproduced by Sir, Eungsam in otd.kr for outstanding members who have an attack power more than 2000 as the 2nd version of 356.2.

CEM-3 material was used for the board unlike the existing 356CL, and partial plate of polycarbonate was used as plate.

So, it depends on setting, but the keyboard give different typing feeling when this is assembled.
This keyboard has feeling of cushion by combination of CEM-3 board and partial polyester plate.
So, it relieves fatigue in the finger when you do paper work or play the game for a long time.

It is recommended that you assemble a pure black switch or 62g white switch.
It can be comfortable with 360 Corsa for board and plate.
If you insert the partial plate of 356.2 in to the 360 Corsa, it gives a absolutely different typing feeling.

So, you can see a lot of people nowadays who want to buy the 356.2 which were produced about 60pcs, but it is not easy to buy it.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #62 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 10:56:29 »
Yup, definitely confirms that it's my favorite board...and with only 60 made, just a pipe dream :)) didn't know it was even more limited than the original CL which already is impossible to find. Don't think there's anyone w/4 though  :)).  Such a beautiful board...

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #63 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 11:25:39 »
Why did I subscribe to this thread...? ;_;

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« Reply #64 on: Sat, 16 January 2016, 11:47:24 »
Because it's nice to see beautiful things and excellent, detailed explanations of what they are, even if you can't attain them yourself.

Also masochism.

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360Corsa hyper-gray
« Reply #65 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 09:17:18 »
360Corsa hyper-gray color is a custom keyboard which was coproduced by Sir, Eungsam with Apple-silver color in otd.kr.

If you remove the brass key on the lower housing as shown in the above picture,
unique echo of the click switch flows out so that you can hear the lighter click sound than keyboard the lower housing is covered.
The click switch can't slider lubrication or spring lubrication separately.
When you disassemble or assemble the switch,
click sound may be die compared to the switch before open it because unique character of the click switch can be changed in case of lubrication for slider or spring.

It didn't lubricate the stabilizer separately.

A harmony of whole plate which was coproduced,
click switch with green switch and housing with grapping hole make a desire to type continuously.

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Re: 360Corsa hyper-gray
« Reply #66 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 10:18:37 »
360Corsa hyper-gray color is a custom keyboard which was coproduced by Sir, Eungsam with Apple-silver color in otd.kr.

If you remove the brass key on the lower housing as shown in the above picture,
unique echo of the click switch flows out so that you can hear the lighter click sound than keyboard the lower housing is covered.
The click switch can't slider lubrication or spring lubrication separately.
When you disassemble or assemble the switch,
click sound may be die compared to the switch before open it because unique character of the click switch can be changed in case of lubrication for slider or spring.

It didn't lubricate the stabilizer separately.

A harmony of whole plate which was coproduced,
click switch with green switch and housing with grapping hole make a desire to type continuously.

Hmmm, that's pretty interesting actually
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #67 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 10:28:28 »
I'm actually really curious as to how it sounds without the brass weight, that's really interesting. :thumb:
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #68 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 10:43:41 »
Wow amazing collection. Do you have any pictures of the 356N or 356L?

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #69 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 11:25:52 »
Wow amazing collection. Do you have any pictures of the 356N or 356L?

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #70 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 12:02:52 »
I'm actually really curious as to how it sounds without the brass weight, that's really interesting. :thumb:
360c with OG cherry set + green switches. Not much of a difference in sound, but in feel.
With brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/brass24567
No brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/no-brass2
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #71 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 12:05:46 »
I'm actually really curious as to how it sounds without the brass weight, that's really interesting. :thumb:
360c with OG cherry set + green switches. Not much of a difference in sound, but in feel.
With brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/brass24567
No brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/no-brass2

Thank you very much Signature! :thumb:

The sound signatures look to be almost the exact same. I wish I could be able to feel the difference but that is near impossible now. :p
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Re: 356 Series &lt;Powered by OTD&gt;
« Reply #72 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 12:52:17 »
So are some of these boards designed with certain switches in mind?

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Re: 356 Series &lt;Powered by OTD&gt;
« Reply #73 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 12:55:18 »
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Re: 356 Series &lt;Powered by OTD&gt;
« Reply #74 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 12:58:40 »
So are some of these boards designed with certain switches in mind?
Yes, please read: http://deskthority.net/keyboards-f2/the-korean-custom-keyboards-1-356-series-t255.html

Ooh, very cool. I remember that article and completely forgot about the design process.

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360C color
« Reply #75 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 16:48:11 »
360C apple-silver

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Re: 360C color
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #77 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 19:54:38 »



Gundam is my close friend, so I upload this post to support him.

All of OTD boards owner can upload your board! (Not only 356 but also Koala, the cheat, etc.)


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This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)

Beautiful boards gundam and metal! My OTD keyboards aren't as nice as yours, but here they are :








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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #78 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 20:00:20 »



Gundam is my close friend, so I upload this post to support him.

All of OTD boards owner can upload your board! (Not only 356 but also Koala, the cheat, etc.)


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This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)

Beautiful boards gundam and metal! My OTD keyboards aren't as nice as yours, but here they are :

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Those look amazing!
I need more keyboards to hold all of these keycaps.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #79 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 20:01:29 »
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Gundam is my close friend, so I upload this post to support him.

All of OTD boards owner can upload your board! (Not only 356 but also Koala, the cheat, etc.)


Show Image



This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)

Beautiful boards gundam and metal! My OTD keyboards aren't as nice as yours, but here they are :

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Those look amazing!

Don't get caught up in the hype, you'll be chasing the dragon from here on out. I still have yet to fulfill my dreams of owning one of these boards. :p
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #80 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 20:08:25 »





Gundam is my close friend, so I upload this post to support him.

All of OTD boards owner can upload your board! (Not only 356 but also Koala, the cheat, etc.)


Show Image



This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)

Beautiful boards gundam and metal! My OTD keyboards aren't as nice as yours, but here they are :

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I love the finish of the first board. What exactly is it? I doubt seriously that it is a 356L given their rarity so I'm very curious. It is very difficult to get that brushed finish like that. From what I've been told you have to make sure the aluminum block is cut a certain way, all the machining has to follow the lines of the aluminum, then you have to have someone willing and skilled enough to use a fine sandpaper to brush the finish, then anodize it. Very time consuming and if the aluminum block is off slightly or the "grain" is wavy the finish is ruined.Eventually I will post my 356N and you can see what how it looks. It is a great board by the way.Your boards are beautiful and Gundam has an amazing collection.
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #81 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 20:10:13 »
@ninjadoc It's a 356N MKII

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #83 on: Sun, 17 January 2016, 20:46:40 »



Gundam is my close friend, so I upload this post to support him.

All of OTD boards owner can upload your board! (Not only 356 but also Koala, the cheat, etc.)


Show Image



This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)

Beautiful boards gundam and metal! My OTD keyboards aren't as nice as yours, but here they are :

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wow~ nice pic.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #84 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 06:40:12 »
I'm actually really curious as to how it sounds without the brass weight, that's really interesting. :thumb:
360c with OG cherry set + green switches. Not much of a difference in sound, but in feel.
With brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/brass24567
No brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/no-brass2



Hi, buddy! How are you doing?

Your data is so great.
« Last Edit: Mon, 18 January 2016, 07:13:42 by metal369 »
Hi there!


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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #85 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 06:47:53 »



Gundam is my close friend, so I upload this post to support him.

All of OTD boards owner can upload your board! (Not only 356 but also Koala, the cheat, etc.)


Show Image



This is a my favorite keyboard. I love combination of Polycarbonate partial plate, CEM-3 PCB and Cherry vintage black switch.

Sorry for rehashing similar pictures. ;)

Beautiful boards gundam and metal! My OTD keyboards aren't as nice as yours, but here they are :

Show Image


Show Image


Show Image


Show Image





Is that a joke? ;) your collections are just gorgeous than mine!

Nice boards and Nice keycaps.

« Last Edit: Mon, 18 January 2016, 07:11:15 by metal369 »
Hi there!


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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #86 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 06:48:01 »
I'm actually really curious as to how it sounds without the brass weight, that's really interesting. :thumb:
360c with OG cherry set + green switches. Not much of a difference in sound, but in feel.
With brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/brass24567
No brass:
https://soundcloud.com/user-703532478-771412076/no-brass2



Hi, buddy! How do you do?

Your data is so great.
4k video, extract audio in audacity :) Would originally have a video, but my camera changed focus all the time, so it was pretty annoying :(
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356CLS
« Reply #87 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 09:24:39 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #88 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 09:32:43 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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That is one rare gem.
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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #89 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 09:39:16 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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7kg? No chance of taking that to class. This is probably my favorite 356 now.

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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #90 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 10:05:45 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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7kg? No chance of taking that to class. This is probably my favorite 356 now.
But i think it impossible to get that. So Sad  :-[

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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #91 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 11:10:06 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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Just when I thought it couldn't get any better... :eek:

Thanks for the info gundam, that board is a masterpiece. :thumb:
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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #92 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 12:42:21 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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Best board, best switch. Beautiful keyboard, gundam.
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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #93 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 16:48:38 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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Until now I thought all the 356 boards were anodized, this one looks pretty sick.
People in the 1980s, in general, were clearly just better than we are now in every measurable way.

The dumber the reason the more it must be done

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356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #94 on: Mon, 18 January 2016, 18:06:54 »
356.2 is a custom keyboard which was coproduced by Sir, Eungsam in otd.kr for outstanding members who have an attack power more than 2000 as the 2nd version of 356.2.

CEM-3 material was used for the board unlike the existing 356CL, and partial plate of polycarbonate was used as plate.

So, it depends on setting, but the keyboard give different typing feeling when this is assembled.
This keyboard has feeling of cushion by combination of CEM-3 board and partial polyester plate.
So, it relieves fatigue in the finger when you do paper work or play the game for a long time.

It is recommended that you assemble a pure black switch or 62g white switch.
It can be comfortable with 360 Corsa for board and plate.
If you insert the partial plate of 356.2 in to the 360 Corsa, it gives a absolutely different typing feeling.

So, you can see a lot of people nowadays who want to buy the 356.2 which were produced about 60pcs, but it is not easy to buy it.

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Thanks for ur information about 356 series. I really fell love with all of them. I have a question that. u said there are only 60 pcs 356.2 in the world. however as i know there are 20 pcs 356.2 in china. But only less than 6 pcs CL DGE. I am puzzled WITH that. Hope know more inf about DGE. Thanks dude. My dge just gotted and love it
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #95 on: Tue, 19 January 2016, 04:50:07 »
That thread...  ^-^
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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #96 on: Tue, 19 January 2016, 05:00:59 »
sigh, there used to be two 356.2 in malaysia by a single powerful owner. :(

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Re: 356CLS
« Reply #97 on: Tue, 19 January 2016, 05:04:00 »
356CLS is a custom keyboard which is made in otd.kr by Sir, Eungsam for a gift.
356CLS is the most excellent product so called the final round boss of the 356 series.
The housing is made of carbon steel, and the material of the plate is suspension plate, the weight of the keyboard is about 7kg (6.7kg). Although existing 356 series were anodized to prevent oxidation prevention, but the CLS was power coated in a special order of paint.

The color of the paint in a special order of paint is profound and mysterious color like as tanned plastic.

This is assembled using the best switch and key cap in which I have like the final round boss.

It will be light typing feeling as 62g if you use the pure black switch caused by weight and rigidity of the housing.
So, if you assemble it using the gold spring which is coproduced by Sir, Eungsam, you can get better typing feeling.

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Ok, this is one hot keyboard, never been a fan of the bigger boards but this one is just sick. I wonder why not more boards use powder coating, the colour has way more depth and you have more options. I wish more boards were like this one.

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #98 on: Tue, 19 January 2016, 05:05:19 »
sigh, there used to be two 356.2 in malaysia by a single really rich owner. :(
FTFY  :p

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Re: 356 Series <Powered by OTD>
« Reply #99 on: Tue, 19 January 2016, 05:06:27 »
356.2 is a custom keyboard which was coproduced by Sir, Eungsam in otd.kr for outstanding members who have an attack power more than 2000 as the 2nd version of 356.2.

CEM-3 material was used for the board unlike the existing 356CL, and partial plate of polycarbonate was used as plate.

So, it depends on setting, but the keyboard give different typing feeling when this is assembled.
This keyboard has feeling of cushion by combination of CEM-3 board and partial polyester plate.
So, it relieves fatigue in the finger when you do paper work or play the game for a long time.

It is recommended that you assemble a pure black switch or 62g white switch.
It can be comfortable with 360 Corsa for board and plate.
If you insert the partial plate of 356.2 in to the 360 Corsa, it gives a absolutely different typing feeling.

So, you can see a lot of people nowadays who want to buy the 356.2 which were produced about 60pcs, but it is not easy to buy it.

(Attachment Link)

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Thanks for ur information about 356 series. I really fell love with all of them. I have a question that. u said there are only 60 pcs 356.2 in the world. however as i know there are 20 pcs 356.2 in china. But only less than 6 pcs CL DGE. I am puzzled WITH that. Hope know more inf about DGE. Thanks dude. My dge just gotted and love it
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As i know , Sir Eungsam make DGE because the original 356cl have some problem when producing for round 2. So he anodize again on it and make it flat ( not brass bar ). I'm not sure it right :D
BTW , in my opinion, this DGE have an extremely beautiful color , but just annoy because of anodize line and the color variation between top and bottom part sometimes too much and quite easy to see ( different DGE have the different color variation ) . However i always wish i have one but can not afford the price :sosad:
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