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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #250 on: Thu, 13 December 2018, 21:51:23 »
Looks good. Interested in the coconut milk colour and hope the price doesn't go up anymore.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #251 on: Fri, 14 December 2018, 07:40:32 »
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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #252 on: Mon, 17 December 2018, 00:16:55 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #253 on: Mon, 17 December 2018, 01:53:04 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

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Thanks buddy!

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #254 on: Mon, 17 December 2018, 13:15:25 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

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Thanks buddy!

there will be different plates? E.g. 1 standard ansi and one with all the supported layout/universal?
I kinda like when a plate is not a cheese plate

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #255 on: Mon, 17 December 2018, 19:01:15 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

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Thanks buddy!

there will be different plates? E.g. 1 standard ansi and one with all the supported layout/universal?
I kinda like when a plate is not a cheese plate
1) universal ansi compatible
2) universal iso compatible


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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #256 on: Mon, 17 December 2018, 19:05:13 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

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Thanks buddy!

there will be different plates? E.g. 1 standard ansi and one with all the supported layout/universal?
I kinda like when a plate is not a cheese plate
1) universal ansi compatible
2) universal iso compatible


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Hey Louis, what you mean for universal ANSI? Ansi+all the layouts compatible?   
If so the only difference between the 2 is the enter and shift, wouldn't be better to make a total standard ANSI (so not even 1 extra hole, aka the perfect plate) + A full universal (including ISO and all the layouts). 

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #257 on: Mon, 17 December 2018, 20:13:31 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

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Thanks buddy!

there will be different plates? E.g. 1 standard ansi and one with all the supported layout/universal?
I kinda like when a plate is not a cheese plate
1) universal ansi compatible
2) universal iso compatible


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Hey Louis, what you mean for universal ANSI? Ansi+all the layouts compatible?   
If so the only difference between the 2 is the enter and shift, wouldn't be better to make a total standard ANSI (so not even 1 extra hole, aka the perfect plate) + A full universal (including ISO and all the layouts).
Hi, you can refer to reply #89, i updated 2 layout pics.
of course more holes means more space for noise to travel, but this last row IMO looks ok:)

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #258 on: Tue, 18 December 2018, 01:37:57 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

Show Image

Thanks buddy!

there will be different plates? E.g. 1 standard ansi and one with all the supported layout/universal?
I kinda like when a plate is not a cheese plate
1) universal ansi compatible
2) universal iso compatible


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Hey Louis, what you mean for universal ANSI? Ansi+all the layouts compatible?   
If so the only difference between the 2 is the enter and shift, wouldn't be better to make a total standard ANSI (so not even 1 extra hole, aka the perfect plate) + A full universal (including ISO and all the layouts).
Hi, you can refer to reply #89, i updated 2 layout pics.
of course more holes means more space for noise to travel, but this last row IMO looks ok:)
The plates look good, I would keep it like that

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #259 on: Tue, 18 December 2018, 01:40:45 »
I made a KLE page for Volcano660 so it's easier to check which layouts it supports.

Long link: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/c9994772e680ab4d3f8a90cca30c8b2b
Short link: http://bit.ly/v660-layouts

Show Image

Thanks buddy!

there will be different plates? E.g. 1 standard ansi and one with all the supported layout/universal?
I kinda like when a plate is not a cheese plate
1) universal ansi compatible
2) universal iso compatible


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Hey Louis, what you mean for universal ANSI? Ansi+all the layouts compatible?   
If so the only difference between the 2 is the enter and shift, wouldn't be better to make a total standard ANSI (so not even 1 extra hole, aka the perfect plate) + A full universal (including ISO and all the layouts).
Hi, you can refer to reply #89, i updated 2 layout pics.
of course more holes means more space for noise to travel, but this last row IMO looks ok:)
The plates look good, I would keep it like that

I agree, definetely not a cheese plate :)
Thanks Louis, i remember these plates from that update but for a moment i thought you changed the files and made more holes. Glad you didn't, the current pates are perfect imho  :thumb:


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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #260 on: Tue, 18 December 2018, 05:19:26 »
Plates are good as is, I agree.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #261 on: Sun, 23 December 2018, 21:06:03 »
When do you expect to get this gb running around?

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #262 on: Tue, 25 December 2018, 06:53:19 »
When do you expect to get this gb running around?
should be Jan or Feb

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #263 on: Wed, 26 December 2018, 10:30:28 »
When do you expect to get this gb running around?
should be Jan or Feb

Please wait till February so I can have money! =)

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #264 on: Wed, 26 December 2018, 10:56:48 »
When do you expect to get this gb running around?
should be Jan or Feb

Please wait till February so I can have money! =)

But my body can't wait

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #265 on: Wed, 26 December 2018, 17:24:46 »
For the PCB is skully using the hotswap version or the solder?

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #266 on: Wed, 26 December 2018, 22:02:00 »
For the PCB is skully using the hotswap version or the solder?
solder version


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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #267 on: Wed, 26 December 2018, 22:15:41 »
Are you going with the six colors mentioned earlier or are there different or additional colors? I'm dying for this in a light lavender or pale ice blue color.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #268 on: Sun, 30 December 2018, 06:34:51 »
So looking forward to this board, a gold color would be sweet!

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #269 on: Mon, 31 December 2018, 00:30:29 »
I like how clean this looks for a 66%

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #270 on: Mon, 31 December 2018, 02:01:52 »
Beautiful stuff. I love the isolated PgUp/Dn keys.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #271 on: Mon, 31 December 2018, 02:22:16 »
Any chance of a silver one?
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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #272 on: Mon, 31 December 2018, 05:11:48 »
100% in

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype finished, waiting for PCB now)
« Reply #273 on: Mon, 31 December 2018, 07:09:31 »
Talked with Clueboard today, prototype pcb may delay to 15th of Jan.
Let's wait 2 more weeks:)

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Dunno if this has been brought up already. But rubber tend to dry out. Or is that not a problem?

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The only thing keeping me from buying is the non-hot swap pcb, com'on....

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The only thing keeping me from buying is the non-hot swap pcb, com'on....
Clueboard might stock a hotswap version of the pcb seeing as thatís what the LP uses.

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Dunno if this has been brought up already. But rubber tend to dry out. Or is that not a problem?
Rubber should be not a problem.

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The only thing keeping me from buying is the non-hot swap pcb, com'on....
Back to my design purpose, Iím aiming to improve the type feeling.

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The only thing keeping me from buying is the non-hot swap pcb, com'on....
Back to my design purpose, Iím aiming to improve the type feeling.

Hot swap pcb retards type feel? Do you have a link to that discussion?

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In addition to feel, hot swap also means one fixed layout so I'd prefer non hot swap

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The only thing keeping me from buying is the non-hot swap pcb, com'on....
Back to my design purpose, Iím aiming to improve the type feeling.

Hot swap pcb retards type feel? Do you have a link to that discussion?
It is personal feeling, I tried some hot swap keyboards, not bad but canít compare to good assembled keyboard TBH.
Hot swap has advantages like: ez for user to assembled, ez to change the switch and etc.
Disadvantages: itís fixed layout, pcb need to be fixed and etc.

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The only thing keeping me from buying is the non-hot swap pcb, com'on....
Back to my design purpose, Iím aiming to improve the type feeling.

Hot swap pcb retards type feel? Do you have a link to that discussion?
It is personal feeling, I tried some hot swap keyboards, not bad but canít compare to good assembled keyboard TBH.
Hot swap has advantages like: ez for user to assembled, ez to change the switch and etc.
Disadvantages: itís fixed layout, pcb need to be fixed and etc.

Every kailh hotswap board I've built has had to be completely reworked. I prefer soldering, it's the same amount of work anyway since through-hole is easier to solder than surface.

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I am interested in gasket mount 'keeb' !   It would be great to have case without those three LEDs.   I think this case looks better without LEDs.

Is this high profile case?   I wonder whether switches are visible or not.
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I am interested in gasket mount 'keeb' !   It would be great to have case without those three LEDs.   I think this case looks better without LEDs.

Is this high profile case?   I wonder whether switches are visible or not.

It's high profile, have a look at the second pic in the original post.
I think the LEDs are nice, differentiates it from the Heavy-6 and original FC660M/C. Perhaps the placement could be different, but I'm not sure where else they would go (save for between the ins/delete cluster and the right arrow).

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #286 on: Sat, 12 January 2019, 09:40:25 »

Arrived. For 66% size keyboard, this is really really heavy! The anodizing and cnc are absolutely top notch!

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #287 on: Sun, 13 January 2019, 18:18:43 »
That is gorgeous. I think this is my endgame......for now.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #288 on: Mon, 14 January 2019, 04:37:23 »
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Arrived. For 66% size keyboard, this is really really heavy! The anodizing and cnc are absolutely top notch!

Hype!

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #289 on: Tue, 15 January 2019, 06:16:53 »
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Arrived. For 66% size keyboard, this is really really heavy! The anodizing and cnc are absolutely top notch!
Do we know exactly how heavy? Looks absolutely gorgeous!

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #290 on: Fri, 18 January 2019, 06:44:07 »
Excitement intensifies....

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #291 on: Fri, 18 January 2019, 11:39:42 »
looking forward to this board, I am interested in 6u spacebar

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #292 on: Mon, 21 January 2019, 10:20:29 »
im so excited for a typing video of this !

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #293 on: Mon, 21 January 2019, 11:28:42 »
Looks amazing! Definitely in.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #294 on: Mon, 21 January 2019, 18:43:57 »
Update: PCB shipped out from factory to Clueboard few days ago, skully will do some testing and ship to me after that.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #295 on: Mon, 21 January 2019, 21:27:21 »
Definitely canít wait to hear back. This board is high on my list of next purchases.


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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #296 on: Wed, 13 February 2019, 15:45:48 »
Any updates?

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #297 on: Wed, 13 February 2019, 19:20:00 »
Updates: I just come back from my holiday ytd. And Clueboard PCB has arrived, will assemble it before this weekend.

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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(PCB Prototype is coming soon)
« Reply #298 on: Thu, 14 February 2019, 01:51:07 »
Updates: I just come back from my holiday ytd. And Clueboard PCB has arrived, will assemble it before this weekend.
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Re: [IC]Volcano660, Gasket Mount Keyboard(Prototype Assemble in few days)
« Reply #299 on: Thu, 14 February 2019, 02:11:33 »
Really looking forward to this one, can't wait to see some more!