I’ve been wondering where Bondic glues, the kind that hardens using UV light, can be useful in improving mechanical keyboards. I think they can patch up cracked keycaps for sure. What I’m more interested in is using bondic to make switches smoother. Bondic originates from material dentists use and I know they can be super smooth, at least when felt using my tongue.
The idea is to apply a thin coat of bondic to stem sliders and legs then use them for a while in the switch before hardening both the stem and the housing. Bondic supposedly does not shrink so the result may not leave a lot of room for lubes but at least it’ll feel snugger.
I haven’t used Bondic before so I’ll need more information before proceeding with the experiment. Any advice would be appreciated.