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Would you prefer that different logo to having your name and profile linked under the banner like it is at the moment in the OP? I only ask because once the image is resized your name isn't all that legible. smile.gif
that works. Also , the other switch is not a keyboard alps. Looks like I'll have to include a diagram, because there's no suitable pictures ._.

You don't have to include every type of switch, otherwise there would be dozens of them and the banner would end up looking clustered.

Also I'm not sure how easy it would be to find other images of other switch types in the same style as the others.
post #12202 of 36992
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Go for 65g ergo clears. I have a 62g ergo clear KMAC LE and love it. The 62g springs in mine are gold...which are essentially as heavy as 62g silver springs.

I hit up Originative a little earlier via email to try and put in an order with PayPal, but haven't heard back yet. The heavy springs in the Clears are nice, but they cover up a little of the tactility of the key. A lighter spring like that should help make it nice and tactile.

The whole swap will be a bit of work since I'll be relubing, spring swapping, desoldering, resoldering, and snipping supports from the switches since they're PCB mount switches and it's a PCB mount board. I'll probably hate myself, but at the same time I'll get an awesome keyboard out of it and will have spent under $100 for a custom MX Clear board once everything is done, including stickers and springs.
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post #12203 of 36992
Just put some black o-rings on my K90. While the sound is definitely masked I cant help but notice the change in travel distance and feeling of bottoming out. However it is a most needed upgrade though, the students in my class were beginning to hate me since the K90 is a little lou8d when I am bottoming out every key lol

Well to my previous inquiries for the korean layout, WASD keyboards can do the simple Korean key layout and anything special would be an additional cost. So when you make the order for the layout, just add Korean Keyboard Layout in the comments and they will take care of it for you. So I assuming since a lot of the members here seem to be getting it, The TKL CM Storm Rapid, Ill go with that and the WASD layout for Korean with some O-Rings and that will be my satellite keyboard for wherever I go while using the K90 at home. I doubt selling the K90 would be of any real use lol
    
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Oh...what's that? There's a geekhacker building SSKs from scratch!



It's still in the beta stages, but hot damn it feels amazing. The best feeling buckling spring over membrane I've ever used! thumb.gif
    
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post #12205 of 36992
Fancy some purple or cyan/magenta/yellow modifiers and some colorful Esc Keys made by GMK with the original Cherry tooling?

--> Group Buy



post #12206 of 36992
Just got my Das Keyboard (MX Blue) last week

Ordered an Custom WASD Keyboard (MX Brown) yesterday

Can I join the club?
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post #12207 of 36992
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Just got my Das Keyboard (MX Blue) last week

Ordered an Custom WASD Keyboard (MX Brown) yesterday

Can I join the club?

Sounds like you're addicted already. biggrin.gif Fill out the form on the first page of this thread to join. thumb.gif
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post #12208 of 36992
Ok the membership list is updated, sorry for the delay, lots of coursework and other stuff at the moment. redface.gif
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Picture as requested for the members form. Custom WASD on the way! (sorry for the poor phone-quality)

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post #12210 of 36992
Hey guys, trying to do some more work on the Recommended Mechanical Keyboards thread and I'm having trouble deciding on how to categorise the pricing for each board.

I've decided to not list an actual price as board can be found for varying prices depending where you buy from, instead I'm categorising the boards into categories, at the moment I'm thinking of the following categories:

Low: $50 - $100
Medium: $100 - $150
Medium - High: $150 - $200
High: $200 - $300
Very High: $300+

Does this sound like an acceptable scheme?
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