HP86 New 3D Printed Key Stems (Hi-tek stackpole)



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Also, some high-res images of the PCB for the Wiki! :)
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Sweet, but Hi-tek and Stackpole are not exactly the same but very similair:

wiki/Category:Stackpole_switches

wiki/Category:Hi-Tek_Corporation_switches
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Printing all of the new stems is quite an effort! A few days ago I did my take on reparing Hi-Tek switches, which, fortunately, didn't require any de-soldering and using any donor keyboards: workshop-f7/a-solution-for-cracked-hi-tek-switches-vt100-hazeltine-hp-etc-t20317.html
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