The end of the rainbow

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Daniel Beardsmore

30 Apr 2014, 01:48

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One can never have too many switches.
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Boxes, back row:
  • Misc
  • Futaba
  • Cherry MX
  • Alps SKCL Yellow
Boxes, front row:
  • Cherry M5/6/7/8
  • Alps clones
  • Alps SKCL/SKCM/SKBM (no-one's ever seen SKBL in the wild)
Left: stray SMK, SMK clones, Alphameric foam and foil, a load of broken wings from the yellow Alps
Right: MEI not-WEAB, some still in their RS packaging

Still a long, long way to go …

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Gasbag Guru

01 May 2014, 21:12

That's a very nice drawing, I like it. I still have some switches that you might be missing. I'll have to go through my obscure bucket of unknown switches.

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01 May 2014, 22:17

hnnngh pretty jelly of those alps switches

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Daniel Beardsmore

01 May 2014, 22:43

The yellow Alps went unsold at GH for many months.
The amber Alps you can buy from here: (which is where I got them)
The rest of the loose Alps switches came from a Mr Interface sample kit.

Yes, I still have a long way to go: Alps SKCL Compact, SKFL and SKFL compact, SKFR/SKFS, the other integrated domes, side dome, the other SKCL/SKCM/SKBL/SKBM (especially the ultra-elusive SKCM Green); Datanetics; M9, ML, and the other MY and MX types; cyan and white Omron; SMK 2nd gen latching; Micro Switch Hall Effect; Apple hairpin spring; and many others.

Still, it's coming along slowly.
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01 May 2014, 23:59

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The rainbow of death

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02 May 2014, 04:37

i like :D

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