This started out checking to see if people wanted a replacement PCB for the Omnikey lineup, and later it grew to include ANSI and ISO support. On top of all of this, I also designed a plate for all the layouts(single DXF file, as there are 360+ different layouts!!) so you can make a custom fullsize or larger board using a sandwhich case, or if you wanted, even an all aluminum one.
PCB Render: Sorry for the bad render, I don't have any better way to render PCBs.
The board will be black with ENIG(Gold) pads, with minimal silkscreen in white.
- - Ultra
- Ultra T
- As well as all other derivatives/variants
- Custom sandwhich plate 100% or larger
- - PCB
- 1N4148 Diodes(optional; 140 quantity)
- Plate file for all layouts
- Default QMK layout file and source code
- - Teensy++
- Three 2x5 rectangular LEDs
- Case or Omnikey to put in
- USB cable to route into the case, or if your omnikey has a panel mount PS/2 port then you can use a Mini-B panel mount extension like this https://www.adafruit.com/product/3318
Supported layouts include all original layouts for the omnikeys, and include the option for ANSI or ISO support for enter and shift keys. As well there is the option for the below layouts, matching colors can be swapped and red keys will have to be given up to do so. Default layout is to have as many keys as possible on the PCB at once. There will be an included DXF file for a plate, that contains all switch positions, only thing that needs to be done is delete the cutouts you don't want, and make an outline for the edge of the plate (in file is the PCB footprint).
You can cut of the extra function columns on the left hand side, using either a razor saw and cutting down the middle of the plated holes where the silkscreen line is. Or you can score down that line, on both sides, with a sharp blade and snap it off to support boards without the extra function keys.
Note: Prices do not include final shipping or Paypal fees.
- 10 - $47
15 - $38
20 - $34
30 - $29
40+ - $26
- 140 for $6
- Pricing will be done per person, but I just did a test price, expect to pay $10 - $15 for shipping in the US.
The above listed quantities are strict, I can only order those exact amounts, so if I get 12 orders, I will have to order either 10 or 15. Unfortunately, I can't afford to have extras laying around, so either people will have to fill those spots, or I will have to order 10, and the last 2 orders will be canceled. This is unfortunate but I am not a retailer and just can't afford to have extras. But if I get 14 orders, then I will order 15, and just keep the last one myself or sell it off. I just want to make sure people know, that I can only order specific quantities. But I will have a live list of how many are on order so it isn't a mystery.
This GB will open on 3/8 at noon central time and close on 3/14 at midnight central time.
Once orders are in, invoices will be sent out for the price point reached, and you will have until 3/21 to pay, if all payments are done before then, then the order will be submitted prior to 3/21
Production will take 2-3 weeks to arrive at my door. From there I will ship them out within 1 to 2 weeks depending on how many PCBs are ordered.
Live Order Count:
- - PCBs on order: 21 We have just hit the second price drop!!!!!!
- Needed for next price drop: 9