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- 20 Jul 2017, 19:26
- Forum: Deskthority talk
- Topic: Server crash. UPDATE: New server ordered
- Replies: 55
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What you think about hitting up AWS and getting Elastic Beanstalk hosting for free? I think thats a possibility... then you wouldn't ever have to bother with server hardware
- 28 Apr 2017, 15:46
- Forum: Workshop
- Topic: Hand wired 54key full split custom build
- Replies: 24
- Views: 5734
Don't think so, you can see the cables leaving the housing as a big strand.hgoel89 wrote: ↑The wire connection between two sides is detachable? If yes what connector you have used.
Couldn't you do a I2C similar to the lets split directly on the teensy?
- 28 Apr 2017, 01:16
- Forum: Mice & other input devices
- Topic: Trackpoint patents?
- Replies: 8
- Views: 1593
Isn't that the whole point of a trackpoint?RickCHodgin wrote: ↑One complaint I've always personally had with the trackpoints is you barely have to move them and the mouse moves pretty far.
You want to get KiCad, Fusion 360 for the 3D stuff like the adapter, and use Swills builder to make the plate.au_chadl wrote: ↑Could you tell me the name of the programs that you used in this project.
For example the program that you used for the pcb and the plate.
- 07 Apr 2017, 01:34
- Forum: Workshop
- Topic: Software for 3d Designing Keyboard
- Replies: 12
- Views: 1470
Go get Autodesk Fusion 360 and watch a few tutorial like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5bc9c3S12g It works mainly by sketching elements and then pushing or pulling them - it's easy to understand and get used to quickly. You can also always go back in time and edit features in the past a...
About the molding clay, i've read Super Sculpey Firm is good for small details, but don't take my word for it... I've even seen wax used for key sculpting. I see a lot of people use cx5s to pull editable masters from their 3D prints - I think I'm going to try this and see how it goes since my sculp...
- 23 Mar 2017, 23:36
- Forum: Other languages
- Topic: Keycap making in the EU - Tips from Poland
- Replies: 1
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I moved to Poland a while ago and wanted to make my own keycaps - things needed for this are a little harder to come by in the EU especially in Poland as I found out first hand. I create a work log pointing out where to find things, what to buy etc. https://deskthority.net/workshop-f7/keycap-making-...
Moved to Poland a while ago, things are a bit more complicated here, especially if you don't speak the language. I asked about materials etc. in r/resincasting but got no answers. I got frustrated and just started doing things on my own... here is my progress so far: ________________________________...