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I've ordered a CM Storm Trigger with MX Brown switches for $60 AR and also ordered a pack of 50A o-rings from Amazon. My question is about o-rings in general. After searching Amazon and McMaster-Carr for a while, it appears that the softest o-rings they offer come in 50A spec. WASD site sells 40A o-rings and claims that they are effectively quieter than what 50A provides. Would this difference be noticeable in terms of sound dampening and physical sensation? I don't way to pay 2x-3x the price for 40A o-rings from WASD. If there's a difference between 50A and 40A for Brown switches, does anyone know where they are sold for reasonable prices?
   
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Hopefully going to be ordering some WasdKeyboard custom keycap set. That is, if I don't sell my Das and just buy the keyboard itself. tongue.gif

http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/wasd-v1-custom-keyboard.html?kt=1&k=1&s=6f25a1fecb540574fb02ff4b4f5a12f9

Feel free to critique

Can't wait!
post #12315 of 36817
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Originally Posted by CptChiggs View Post

Hopefully going to be ordering some WasdKeyboard custom keycap set. That is, if I don't sell my Das and just buy the keyboard itself. tongue.gif

http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/wasd-v1-custom-keyboard.html?kt=1&k=1&s=6f25a1fecb540574fb02ff4b4f5a12f9

Feel free to critique

Can't wait!

looks great
post #12316 of 36817
Does anyone have any idea where can I get a keycaps for my model M keyboard other than unicomp or http://www.fentek-ind.com/keys.htm
Seems like unicomp does not ship to my country and fentek has not reply to my enquiries either

else I'm planning to color the keys with some cloth coloring mixture, by boiling

would it work? I dont know lol someone enlighten me please
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post #12317 of 36817
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Does anyone have any idea where can I get a keycaps for my model M keyboard other than unicomp or http://www.fentek-ind.com/keys.htm
Seems like unicomp does not ship to my country and fentek has not reply to my enquiries either

else I'm planning to color the keys with some cloth coloring mixture, by boiling

would it work? I dont know lol someone enlighten me please


Unicomp is the only company that I know which sells the keycaps. You can also try sourcing other IMB keyboards to harvest the keycaps.
I put M13 keycaps on my IBM SSK biggrin.gif
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Just thought I'd post this pic of my Keyboards that I took a couple weeks ago. I'll post pics of the QFR with its new Thick Blue Blank Alpha/Numeric PBT's when I get a chance.





Das Ultimate w/ Blues
Brandless QFT w/ Browns
Edited by GarTheConquer - 3/27/13 at 9:25am
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Finally went with a mechanical keyboard, went with a Ducky Shine II on blues with white backlighting. Still getting used to typing on a normal layout after using an ergonomic keyboard for years. Build quality is impressive, love all the different options with the backlighting too. Just going to take a bit of typing to get used to the switches, already liking typing on it though.

Bonus terrible picture:

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Finally went with a mechanical keyboard, went with a Ducky Shine II on blues with white backlighting. Still getting used to typing on a normal layout after using an ergonomic keyboard for years. Build quality is impressive, love all the different options with the backlighting too. Just going to take a bit of typing to get used to the switches, already liking typing on it though.

Bonus terrible picture:

Same as mine. Awesomeness!
    
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