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This is a great project! I’ve been mulling over the possibility of a low-profile-spherical (LPS) set.

What do you print these on? Or are these molds?

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Is it just me, or is each column a different size?

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Thank you, maybe I should create a separate post for in-depth discussion?

I printed these with my Elegoo Mars. I’ve also done a test printing a mold and filling it up with Play-Doh, worked fine, too :smiley:

Good eye! They are not all different, but some are. I’ve jotted down some notes in the image.


Near-cylindricals look most comfortable to me.

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My preference is for the green. More touch area. I am not an accurate typist.

Thank you all for your feedback, it is much appreciated.

I’ll spend some time and prepare documentation regarding visualization and terminology. I imagine it to represent the row profile, side profiles, and touch area. And as already mentioned print a second batch with a sculpted row profile. With that done I’ll start a dedicated thread for discussion, suggestions, and feedback.


After you removed the rust, did you sand and prime? or did you go straight to painting? It looks good!

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Excited to see your documentation and furthur information in the upcoming thread! :slight_smile:

I sanded the areas with rust and only coated with a primer which happened to have the desired colour

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Yeah I gotta agree, I’d say I would take pretty much any cylindrical option over any spherical option anymore


Yes, I wholeheartedly agree. Cylindrical sets are very comfy and mostly outdo the spherical offerings in that regard. However, I find what they make up in comfort they lack in the variation of styles/aesthetics. I’ve seen enough rounded rectangles with a straight extrusion profile to last me a lifetime. I strongly believe there is room for variation and experimentation. That is why I’m looking into this – there is so much to learn and explore.

Please feel free to share your experiences.

Thank you and have a great weekend.


Pulled apart a Tacit. V2 for some macros.


Well that there has my attention. Perhaps a competitor to the venerable Boba U4?

Tacits have been around for a while. I think if I remember right the pre-date Alpacas, which have the same dampening set up.

Only issue is that I think they are exclusive to an EU vendor. One of the reasons I never jumped on trying them :persevere:

I did note that the only source seemed to be European based. I didn’t realize they’d been around a while.

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the maker of the tacit switch is keebwerk or: Candykeys.

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hey, buddeh


Today we have, barely mitigated chaos.


Holy moly of organization that looks like a great time!

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