Keyboard Feet

by barneyj, published

Keyboard Feet by barneyj Mar 6, 2013
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The little folding feet on keyboards fail all the time. Unfortunately, feet from one keyboard don't usually fit on another. Fortunately, they're pretty easily printed out.


Draw, print, snap, fold.

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It works well on somes "NEC" keyboards.
I made both, then one.
Here is one foot:
I'll try to put "I made one" later :)

Thank you, 3 printed, 3 used!
please add the "one foot" option to the file choices :)

What particular keyboard is this for?

I probably should've included that bit of information, huh? It's for keyboards shipped with ZT/CISNET PCs. We have about a half dozen in our office and three have broken feet.