2023-07-06 (Th) KeyRyptex Third model

I liked the petite version, and the parts fit onto one sheet of plywood. I revised the design to use a single tab between each keyswitch hole so I would not have three flimsy tabs. The top and bottom also have one tab per side, so the visible surfaces do not look perforated. I switched to four magnets holding the bottom cover because six was too strong and required two tape strips to cover everything. I put a hole in the top that would fit a 5mm LED bezel.
Rev3 parts

The pieces did not fit together as securely this time, probably because there were fewer tabs and slots. I may have to glue the parts after I install the electronics. I like how the single LED on the top looks.
First three models

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Completed projects from year 1
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Completed projects from year 8

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