finally the kishsaver (or 60%) has been completed

anthonymak

10 Apr 2019, 13:20

check out the photos and they speak for themselves.

https://imgur.com/gallery/o3z4qba

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHuBtYwKvNk

anthonymak

10 Apr 2019, 13:27

the final outlook. need a batch tho
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Fkazim

10 Apr 2019, 15:13

Wow looks great amazing work :D

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snacksthecat
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10 Apr 2019, 16:15

Turned out beautifully! How did you cut the plate?

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ZedTheMan

10 Apr 2019, 16:35

Dude, that looks lovely. Great job making this, seriously!

anthonymak

10 Apr 2019, 16:42

snacksthecat wrote:
10 Apr 2019, 16:15
Turned out beautifully! How did you cut the plate?
I used dremel to cut the steel plate. I used simple hand saw to cut all the plastic. Except the rotor, I dont have any machine tool to do this.

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zrrion

10 Apr 2019, 19:27

This is a super cool! Would you ever make one of these for someone else, asking for a friend.

anthonymak

11 Apr 2019, 05:11

zrrion wrote:
10 Apr 2019, 19:27
This is a super cool! Would you ever make one of these for someone else, asking for a friend.
I would do it for a good friend but almost impossible for someone I dont know. :D

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Sup

13 Apr 2019, 17:50

That looks very nice holy crap.

Rauha

14 Apr 2019, 00:27

What a great project and impressive piece of work.

anthonymak

21 May 2019, 09:26

my f60 keeps revolving. have just turned it into capacitive buckling spring with customed pcb and xwhatsit. many thinks to iDollar letting me to modify his fssk pcb design.
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Dingster

21 May 2019, 16:09

Holy shit this is amazing. Could you do a typing test of if?

anthonymak

21 May 2019, 16:54

yeah sure, will shoot a typing test of it later. thanks.

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Scarpia

21 May 2019, 19:55

Wow

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depletedvespene

21 May 2019, 22:49

Scarpia wrote:
21 May 2019, 19:55
Wow
More like WOW, if you know what I mean.

Impressive work, indeed.

anthonymak

22 May 2019, 03:53

Here is a typing test video of this little keyboard. with and without solenoid.

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Scarpia

22 May 2019, 16:56

That’s somewhat more pingy than I expected. No dental floss mod I guess?

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Dingster

22 May 2019, 16:57

Oh man it even sounds great. Amazing work man :)

anthonymak

22 May 2019, 17:39

Scarpia wrote:
22 May 2019, 16:56
That’s somewhat more pingy than I expected. No dental floss mod I guess?
sounds like the iphone mic is quite sensitive. actual noise is not much pingy than the video. no floss mod.
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22 May 2019, 16:57
Oh man it even sounds great. Amazing work man :)
yes it does sound great. feels like typing on AT and some what close to fssk.

pumasocks

26 May 2019, 06:55

I plan on cutting my AEK case down to 60%. Can you explain your process further for hiding the cut marks?

anthonymak

26 May 2019, 10:32

pumasocks wrote:
26 May 2019, 06:55
I plan on cutting my AEK case down to 60%. Can you explain your process further for hiding the cut marks?
your measurement for the cut is very important. give a bit more room for your first cut and use rough sand paper to sand down the plastic to fit. use static model cement to hide the seam, use fine sand paper such as #800 or higher to smooth the surface. spray and file until you cannot see the seam. good luck

pumasocks

27 May 2019, 03:41

anthonymak wrote:
26 May 2019, 10:32
pumasocks wrote:
26 May 2019, 06:55
I plan on cutting my AEK case down to 60%. Can you explain your process further for hiding the cut marks?
your measurement for the cut is very important. give a bit more room for your first cut and use rough sand paper to sand down the plastic to fit. use static model cement to hide the seam, use fine sand paper such as #800 or higher to smooth the surface. spray and file until you cannot see the seam. good luck
You're the best, thank you so much!

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Scarpia

27 May 2019, 10:16

pumasocks wrote:
27 May 2019, 03:41
anthonymak wrote:
26 May 2019, 10:32
pumasocks wrote:
26 May 2019, 06:55
I plan on cutting my AEK case down to 60%. Can you explain your process further for hiding the cut marks?
your measurement for the cut is very important. give a bit more room for your first cut and use rough sand paper to sand down the plastic to fit. use static model cement to hide the seam, use fine sand paper such as #800 or higher to smooth the surface. spray and file until you cannot see the seam. good luck
You're the best, thank you so much!
This is brilliant - I have several projects where I would like to repair cracks or holes, and I can only dream to get a result half as clean as yours, but this will be very helpful. Could you elaborate on the model cement you’re referring to - and perhaps the exact paint/color? Google wasn’t very helpful.

anthonymak

27 May 2019, 11:21

Scarpia wrote:
27 May 2019, 10:16
pumasocks wrote:
27 May 2019, 03:41
anthonymak wrote:
26 May 2019, 10:32


your measurement for the cut is very important. give a bit more room for your first cut and use rough sand paper to sand down the plastic to fit. use static model cement to hide the seam, use fine sand paper such as #800 or higher to smooth the surface. spray and file until you cannot see the seam. good luck
You're the best, thank you so much!
This is brilliant - I have several projects where I would like to repair cracks or holes, and I can only dream to get a result half as clean as yours, but this will be very helpful. Could you elaborate on the model cement you’re referring to - and perhaps the exact paint/color? Google wasn’t very helpful.
Hi, I used static model cement from China but it is not too good for this purpose. I plan to use cement from Tamiya which shall give good result.

https://www.tamiya.com/english/products/87187/index.htm

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