- Apr 4, 2016
awesome. I’m going to keep an open mind when it comes to what switch to use, because I’m still a bit new to the world of mechanical keyboards
Happy to help. Those switches are - if I recall correctly - intentionally heavy to prevent accidental press, which I think will be better for a PC on/off switch.
And if you want to make them hot swap-able, you can use this hot swap sockets:
Key Specifications/Special Features: Rating voltage: 12V AC/DC (maximum) and 2V AC (minimum)Rating current: 10mA AC/DC (maximum) and 10μA DC (minimum)Contact resistance: 200mΩ (maximum)Insulation resistance: 100mΩ (minimum) (100V DC)Withstand Voltage: AC100V(50-60Hz)Motion Force: 3.0kgf...
The solderless future of custom keyboards.
Some 3D printed keycaps https://www.thingiverse.com/glitchpudding/collections/cherry-mx