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Need help with my DIY Keyboard

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm trying to build my own keyboard, but I'm new to building your own keyboard so I can't find a fitting mounting plate and PCB with the layout I want.

I'm searching for an ISO layout PCB and mounting plate with numpad so I think 105 key is the right layout, but I can't find any in ISO layout.

Thanks for your help.

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Usually PCBs and plates will be universal between ISO and ANSI, it just a matter of which hole you solder your switches into. 


Your choices for full size are fairly limited and pricey. GON keyboards has a full size called the NerD 108: http://www.gonskeyboardworks.com/pcbs-and-controllers/78-nerd-108-pcb-ver15.html


Another alternative is to get a custom cut plate and then handwire.

Use keyboard-layout-editor.com to generate your layout (there's a full size ISO preset) and then http://builder.swillkb.com/ to generate the plate shape and order it from Lasergist.

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