I’m melonbred, a fan of mechanical keyboards for a couple of years now. I started out my journey into mechanical keyboard with a good ole Corsair K95 and quickly moved into the custom side of things with a DZ60 build. These days, I mostly use mechanical keyboards of the 40% variety and wouldn’t want to have it any other way!
There are so many amazing projects and variety in this community that really got me hooked. I started making a couple of keyboards for my own use, but this past year really drove me to learn about PCB and case design. I am finding that outside of interacting with the keyboard community, creating keyboards tailor made to your personal use cases has been where the joy has been for me!
Anyway, looking forward to hanging out here at KeebTalk. Cheers!
I agree! I find 40s to be the best form for my use, and they’re cute little boards. If you might be interested in 3D printed or stacked acrylic options, P3D is a great store to check out. They’ve been really active in the 40s community.