Split case for the Viterbi keyboard. It is compatible with the PCB switch plate sold on their website, uses the same standoffs and top plate, just not the bottom one.
I am not associated with keeb.io or the makers of the Viterbi keyboard in any way.
It may be possible to remix/adapt this case to similarly sized ones. STEP file is included.
You will need two sites, mirror the right side (this model) to get the correct left side.
The case prints a little tight, you may need to sand/file a little to make it fit. I made it like that to ensure a seamless look.
There are 4 m2 screw holes that should match the standoffs provided by keeb.io, and I also added 4 m3 screw holes that you can use with the included 7mm feet or design your own feet/tenting platform and screw it there.
The feets are 7mm because I am using silicone pads 3mm tall and that gives the whole thing my favorite inclination/height.
The case shown in the photo was printed with 0.1-0.2 adaptive layer height, using Hatchbox Wood filament.
- Sanded down to smooth all around
- Applied Minwax Gel Stain and let it sit '
- After stain was dry, applied Polyurethane spray (3 coats)
- Lightly touched up with a 200 grit sandpaper to smooth it out.
- Finally after poly was done, waxed and polished.