You could try heating it up… not sure what kind of plastic it is, but a heat gun or just placing the switch stem-down on a 3D printer heating bed set to, I dunno, 60C-70C? You want to get it hot enough that it’s malleable, but not so hot that it starts melting.
Maybe not a great idea depending on how much the switch cost…
Those keycaps are straight up , aren’t they? I was amazed at the condition they were in—that board felt like it’d never been used.
I almost forgot I even owned that board until I saw @Rob27shred’s thread about his Alps dilemma. I realized a while ago that I just don’t like any of the Alps switches I’ve tried, at least not enough to deal with them; I’ve had horrible luck desoldering and re-soldering those little jerks. Since he loves Alps so much, I figured I’d ask if he wanted to take the SGI board off my hands, and now it’s his