From Pink Tentacle:
Hacoa, a brand known for its high-quality, hand-made wooden keyboards and peripherals, will soon begin offering a do-it-yourself type keyboard kit that allows the purchaser to cut the keys from a plank of wood and assemble the pieces.
DIY wooden keyboard kit – Link
6 thoughts on “DIY wooden keyboard kit”
Oh wow, keys that are aligned horizontally? That’s asking for Carpal Tunnel.
Wow, that’s one wierd keyboard layout.
If you look at the keyboard at http://www.hacoa.com then the keyboard layout is pretty conventional; I believe the image above is the uncut kit version, I guess easier to route if you layout the keys in a grid like fashion. You cut the keys out yourself then fix them to base plate, laid out in a conventional manner (though a mini keyboard, no numeric pad, cursors etc.)
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