|Features||A split keyboard by u/stvneads (gallery).|
DescriptionThis keyboard doesn't have a name yet.
Background & Concept
The author tried the well-known ergo split keyboards and “settled down” on the Redox Manuform before building this one because the key count and layout works best for him (and because of the aesthetics).
Stvneads found the Dactyl Manuform comfortable but he has built one with a too few keys (5x6) plus he doesn’t like the parametrically generated look so simply got rid of it.
Prusa i3 MK3S with Cura.
Printing at a 45 degree angle yielded the best results but still not perfect and needs some post processing.
The printed keycaps need some serious sanding to get them right.
The green is a locally sourced generic PLA+. Body is wood filament from the same vendor and stained. For keycaps they’re Spidermaker matte PLA.
The author doesn't plan to release the files since the model is messy and requires some post processing to work.
If you’re interested in a similar layout you can search for Redox Manuform, the main inspiration for this build.
The wristpad is an off the shelf mouse wrist pad with a custom base.