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This is a split keyboard based on technomancy's Atreus.
Info about the Atreus can be found here: https://atreus.technomancy.us/
The keyboard uses firmware built by reddit user _spindle which is a branch of TMK and can be found here: https://github.com/ahtn/tmk_keyboard/tree/master/keyboard/split_keyboard
Completed pictures and build pictures can be found here:
The hardware used is as follows:
42 Cherry style or Matias switches
42 1N4148 Diodes
2 Arduino Pro Micros (mine are from Ebay)
4 USB Micro B Breakout Boards (mine are from Adafruit)
3 USB Micro B male connectors
1 USB A male connector
4 6mm M2 standoffs
8 M2 screws to fasten the USB breakouts to the standoffs. My screws were slightly too long so I used a nut as a washer
16 16mm M2 screws to fasten the plate to the case
16 M2 nuts to fasten the case to the plate
30AWG color coded wire
30AWG magnet wire
1 3D Printed left plate
1 3D Printed left case
1 3D Printed right plate
1 3D Printed right case
40 1u keycaps (I used DSA)
2 1.5u keycaps
NOTE: The housing space for the Pro Micro is inspired by this thing
It is intended for some small cuts to be made to free the tab that holds the controller in place with a snap fit.
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