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Den-Fi

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from TVwazhere for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
    Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.
     

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Cyberspirit for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Cyberspirit for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Pascal... for a status update, T O P R E N U D E S This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on   
    T O P R E  N U D E S
     

     
    This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on top of bare springs.
     

     
    These are the springs. Extremely lightweight, springy, and delicate. They do not share the same responsibility as springs in an MX switch. More on that via Deskthority as I am not an expert in the slightest.
     

     
    The dome on the left is the factory dome. The dome on the right is an aftermarket BKE Redux dome. This is how a Topre gets its weight as opposed to an MX switch which would get it from the spring. You also get your tactility from the dome. These are both 45G, but the BKE Redux dome is much stiffer and has a much sharper tactile bump. These are the light variant, but still much more tactile than stock.
     


     
    The rest of the work is taken care of by the sliders and housings. These sit atop the rubber domes. I'll be swapping the sliders out to MX compatible sliders so I can use a relatively standard keycap set. I'll also be lubing the sliders and adding silencing rings to reduce some of the plastic on plastic clacking noise. The true joy of Topre is hearing only the rich, deep thock sound.
  7. Like
    Den-Fi got a reaction from Gegger for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
    Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.
     

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from The Blackhat for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
    Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.
     

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from captain_to_fire for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
    Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.
     

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from lewdicrous for a status update, Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.   
    Juuuuuuuuuuuust about done.
     

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from MEC-777 for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from MEC-777 for a status update, T O P R E N U D E S This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on   
    T O P R E  N U D E S
     

     
    This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on top of bare springs.
     

     
    These are the springs. Extremely lightweight, springy, and delicate. They do not share the same responsibility as springs in an MX switch. More on that via Deskthority as I am not an expert in the slightest.
     

     
    The dome on the left is the factory dome. The dome on the right is an aftermarket BKE Redux dome. This is how a Topre gets its weight as opposed to an MX switch which would get it from the spring. You also get your tactility from the dome. These are both 45G, but the BKE Redux dome is much stiffer and has a much sharper tactile bump. These are the light variant, but still much more tactile than stock.
     


     
    The rest of the work is taken care of by the sliders and housings. These sit atop the rubber domes. I'll be swapping the sliders out to MX compatible sliders so I can use a relatively standard keycap set. I'll also be lubing the sliders and adding silencing rings to reduce some of the plastic on plastic clacking noise. The true joy of Topre is hearing only the rich, deep thock sound.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from The Blackhat for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
    T O P R E  F O R E S T
     

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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Gegger for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from FezBoy for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Zando Bob for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Zando Bob for a status update, I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.   
    I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.
     
     
  18. Funny
    Den-Fi got a reaction from FezBoy for a status update, Come take apart this Topre keyboard for me and install some parts. I will pay you $1,   
    Come take apart this Topre keyboard for me and install some parts. I will pay you $1,173 USD.
     

     
    I just want to use these keycaps without actually putting in the effort to install and lube new MX compatible sliders.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from givingtnt for a status update, T O P R E F O R E S T   
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  20. Informative
    Den-Fi got a reaction from The Blackhat for a status update, T O P R E N U D E S This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on   
    T O P R E  N U D E S
     

     
    This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on top of bare springs.
     

     
    These are the springs. Extremely lightweight, springy, and delicate. They do not share the same responsibility as springs in an MX switch. More on that via Deskthority as I am not an expert in the slightest.
     

     
    The dome on the left is the factory dome. The dome on the right is an aftermarket BKE Redux dome. This is how a Topre gets its weight as opposed to an MX switch which would get it from the spring. You also get your tactility from the dome. These are both 45G, but the BKE Redux dome is much stiffer and has a much sharper tactile bump. These are the light variant, but still much more tactile than stock.
     


     
    The rest of the work is taken care of by the sliders and housings. These sit atop the rubber domes. I'll be swapping the sliders out to MX compatible sliders so I can use a relatively standard keycap set. I'll also be lubing the sliders and adding silencing rings to reduce some of the plastic on plastic clacking noise. The true joy of Topre is hearing only the rich, deep thock sound.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Tech_Dreamer for a status update, T O P R E N U D E S This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on   
    T O P R E  N U D E S
     

     
    This is what makes Topre so different. These rubber domes sit on top of bare springs.
     

     
    These are the springs. Extremely lightweight, springy, and delicate. They do not share the same responsibility as springs in an MX switch. More on that via Deskthority as I am not an expert in the slightest.
     

     
    The dome on the left is the factory dome. The dome on the right is an aftermarket BKE Redux dome. This is how a Topre gets its weight as opposed to an MX switch which would get it from the spring. You also get your tactility from the dome. These are both 45G, but the BKE Redux dome is much stiffer and has a much sharper tactile bump. These are the light variant, but still much more tactile than stock.
     


     
    The rest of the work is taken care of by the sliders and housings. These sit atop the rubber domes. I'll be swapping the sliders out to MX compatible sliders so I can use a relatively standard keycap set. I'll also be lubing the sliders and adding silencing rings to reduce some of the plastic on plastic clacking noise. The true joy of Topre is hearing only the rich, deep thock sound.
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from lewdicrous for a status update, I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.   
    I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.
     
     
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from The Blackhat for a status update, I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.   
    I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.
     
     
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    Den-Fi got a reaction from Gegger for a status update, I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.   
    I absolutely love watching the process of making a song from start to finish.
     
     
  25. Informative
    Den-Fi got a reaction from The Blackhat for a status update, Come take apart this Topre keyboard for me and install some parts. I will pay you $1,   
    Come take apart this Topre keyboard for me and install some parts. I will pay you $1,173 USD.
     

     
    I just want to use these keycaps without actually putting in the effort to install and lube new MX compatible sliders.
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