2017-09-18 (M) Vector Editing Keyboard OpenVectorKB

The revised schematic was printed on paper and the measurements for the components were sketched in blue pen. These measurements were the new locations of the components. Since switching from inexpensive tactile switches to mechanical keyboard switches, the shape and location of the button holes is new.

Paper diagram with pen dimensions

The enclosure model was changed from round button holes to four square holes which overlap slightly to make a single large square hole. Before, the accessory port and Teensy port were on different sides, now, they are both at the top to keep the wires managed better. Overall depth was reduced since the accessory port is no longer on the top of the PCB.

Rotating enclosure model


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Completed projects from year 1 
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Completed projects from year 3

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