hey, i did post pics of it, just far less pretty ones! over 5 years ago now. viewtopic.php?t=8329
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- 01 Nov 2019, 23:19
- Forum: Deskthority talk
- Topic: Deskthority Fundraising Campaign 2019
- Replies: 68
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My bank account's in the negative right now, but as soon as it floats positive I'll chip in. I had no idea the yearly costs were quite so high!
- 04 Oct 2019, 00:29
- Forum: For sale
- Topic: OG Cherry Doubleshot set ISO (with Moogle kit, standard bottom row) + numpad
- Replies: 16
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SP DCS indeed. From this group buy I think, although it's hard to know for sure since all the attachments are broken : https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=28923.0
I've got a few mint (used for maybe a few hours total) OG Cherry dyesub sets in UK ISO, like this one : http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7320/12467301135_35783984f6_b.jpg I'm up for selling a set but I've got no fuckin' clue how much it'd be worth; I haven't seen one of these sell in a long, long, long...
- 26 Jul 2019, 22:59
- Forum: Want to buy
- Topic: [WTB] /dev/tty base kit, beige mods, beige winkeyless
- Replies: 1
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Title speaks for itself. Only looking for the 3 kits listed. I designed this profile with matt3o, but I never got my hands on a set. I really want to try it, so somebody help me out!
Real talk, don't you miss the windows key? I tried winkeyless for a while and found that I'd become so used to using it for moving windows around and launching shortcuts going without it was a much bigger deal than I thought it would be... Also, I miss my 5k :(. Naw, I never used the windows key to...
One of the original brass Koalas. I've been told they were made in low quantities (I've heard different numbers, between 5-8) as a prototype run before the standard Koala. I'd be super interested in any other information anybody has! Pictured with a Cherry G81-3000SAT keyset mixed with a G81-3100SDU...
- 13 Jul 2019, 16:44
- Forum: Other external
- Topic: Great/Interesting Finds
- Replies: 22745
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The seller's feedback isn't exactly great. Not sure what the description is on about either.. Bit dodgy considering it's listed as "New" condition when it clearly isn't. The sale takes place under exclusion of any guarantee, warranty and acceptance, only to businessmen or export trade according to §...
FreeCAD is quite usable. Considerably slower than commercial alternatives though. By slower I mean that there is still too much manual work which could be done automatically by the program (e.g. it does not guess the right constrains when drawing sketches). Also the OpenCascade (on which FreeCAD is...
Can I ask what kind of program are you using? I have some switches to design too. As in any update, your work is going wonderful. I would like to suggest something like an empanada mold to bend the beamsprings once they are cut, if you understand what I mean. https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/MgwAAOSw...
- 10 Jul 2019, 18:42
- Forum: Off-topic
- Topic: What are you listening to at the moment?
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https://soundcloud.com/edwin-europe/78- ... an-rhythms
Grime history lesson.
Grime history lesson.
8-) https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48200806632_c170b1f791_h.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48200755376_68d9594d2d_h.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48200751831_dfa9cf11d9_h.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48200801147_f7051fe1c4_h.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/...
- 04 Jul 2019, 05:45
- Forum: Workshop
- Topic: Leaf80 - Bolt modded Alps Plate Spring TKL
- Replies: 15
- Views: 1537
Immensely cool project. I really need to get my hands on a P70 - I've always been interested to try plate springs, and those keycaps are simply the best alps caps out there.
I was looking back at my older photos of this board and I thought they were pretty lacklustre, especially considering how special it is - it's truly the King of Cherries in my opinion. So I took some more. As sad as it may sound, this thing is probably my most prized possession. It was originally ow...