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nice work you did there

Thank you sir! Can't take too much credit tho, since it's actually easier than I tought it would be  :)

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Really nice work man! Do you think this will work on corsair keyboards too?

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I love seeing the words "how hard can it be".

 

Good job.

Haha! Thx man :)  Tought it appropriate since I had no previous experiance with vinyl, and had very little idea what I was doing.  :D

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Really nice work man! Do you think this will work on corsair keyboards too?

Thx man!   :)  Probably, what keyboard did you have in mind? The adhesive sticks best to even surfaces, so if you have a soft touch handrest or something like that, then you probably won't get the vinyl to stick to those parts, but other than that, as long you clean the keyboard properly you should be just fine.  :)

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Haha! Thx man :)  Tought it appropriate since I had no previous experiance with vinyl, and had very little idea what I was doing.  :D

 

After seeing the first couple of pictures I thought it was going to be a complete car crash but it turned out really well.

Nothing to see here - move along.

 

 

 

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Very nice man

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Thank god this result show up in Google so nice bro I already have all the equipment but still don't dare to start without referring first. And you bro make this easier.

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Cool looks :) , but the plastic feeling would ruin it for me :(

Does it feel that different from cured resin?

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Thats sick! Wish someone would make carbon fiber keycaps!

 

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How long did it take. I'm thinking about doing the same...

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How long did it take. I'm thinking about doing the same...

mayby 45 minuts, removing all the buttons and cleaning the keyboard takes half the time  :P

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Thats sick! Wish someone would make carbon fiber keycaps!

Yeah, me too.... Tried wrapping a keycap just for fun, didn't end up looking very pretty tho  ;)

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Thank god this result show up in Google so nice bro I already have all the equipment but still don't dare to start without referring first. And you bro make this easier.

Thanx bro! Glad I could help  :)  It's been so long since I made this, I thought the tread died a long time ago...  (sorry for extremely late reply)  Hope you were satisfied with the result! Still use mine still no problem with it, adhesive still holds up nicely after 2 years. 

Hope you're having a nice weekend!  :)

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On 1/30/2016 at 3:44 AM, Dark_Nemesis said:

Thats sick! Wish someone would make carbon fiber keycaps!

Yeah, me too.... Tried wrapping a keycap just for fun, didn't end up looking very pretty tho  ;)

If you are still looking, I believe WASDKeyboards allows you to upload an image to have printed on top of your keycaps. It wouldn't be CF textured but it would give you the look at least.

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On 2/1/2016 at 9:22 PM, HannibalBurgers said:

If you are still looking, I believe WASDKeyboards allows you to upload an image to have printed on top of your keycaps. It wouldn't be CF textured but it would give you the look at least.

Thinking of replacing my keyboard and mouse in a bit, but thanks for the info! :) 

Good to know for future modding projects as I will probably come up with something fun to do with with my next keyboard as well :D

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