Parts you will need for the DIY build:
- 2x Acrylic/FR4 Base Plates + 2x Acrylic/FR4 Switch Plates
- 34x Kailh MX Hotswap Sockets
- 2x TRRS jacks
- Mounting hardware
- 2x Controllers (Pro Micro or Nice!Nano)
- 34x MX Switches
- 34x MX Keycaps
- TRRS cable
- USB cable
Parts that are optional, but recommended for the build:
- Low Profile Controller Sockets (to make the controller hotswappable)
- Mill Max Socket Pins
- 2x Power Switches (in case you plan to make it wireless)
- 2x Rechargeable Li-Po Battery (in case you plan to make it wireless)
- PCB Supports only MX style switches and kailh MX hotswap sockets (not possible to solder the switches directly into PCB)
- Split keyboard with 3 rows, 5 columns and 2 thumbs per half
- Reset switch is not included since you can short with tweezers 2x the RST (reset) and GND (ground) pins on the controller and/or define in QMK firmware a shortcut.
- You will need to know some basic programming if you’ll want to adapt the keymap’s layout to your needs
- You will need some basic knowledge of soldering + soldering equipment
- PCBs don’t support: Oled screen, RGB leds, nor rotary encoders
Photos are for demonstration purpose ONLY, please read the full kit description.
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