Custom Keyboard at Maximum Effort
After building my own split keyboard, when I saw Arke, I wanted to know more. In addition to being a cool build, the author had a lot of clever stuff happening in his videos that he didn't even intend. I tried to bring attention to how he held header pins in place with putty rather than the usual Helping Hands which he had made for himself as well. This became one of my longer articles.
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