I think that works. As do you:
Mine's a prototype. But you wouldn't know it from the outside, looks same as production.depletedvespene wrote: ↑16 Jan 2020, 23:36But was that an actual production-grade keyboard, or a prototype?
I'd think with the shortening/removal of the circular support on the bottom corners (as was suggested somewhere up there) old flippers would work fine in the new barrels.
It's a data entry setup. Note the numeric rows are inverted compared to the numpad.digital_matthew wrote: ↑I wonder if those grey numpad keys originally came from an unsaver. They really don't make sense on a keyboard that already has a numpad.
Those were actually decent little boxes back in the day, they went for cheap quick after they were released. There was a Barbie one too.Brett MacK wrote: ↑Get your wallets out boys
https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Vintage-H ... 2662708440
Seller thinks it's a beamspring but even without it, is still a decent price for a complete system.digital_matthew wrote: ↑IBM 3104 B Digitalwriter
https://www.ebay.com/itm/IBM-1982-Digit ... SwLoxa9LhT
You're free to forget about the project.green-squid wrote: ↑I think we kind of can.
I know. Reread what I wrote there and a few comments up.ekeppel wrote: ↑It's legit. I've seen them before and almost got suckered in thinking they were buckling spring myself. There's a DT wiki page for it if you are wondering more about the model.