These pages are related to hardware principles that one should keep in mind when building a keyboard


These pages describe the hardware journey, I’m using it as a diary to keep track of what I’m doing.
It’s not a tutorial or a specification, it’s just a transcript of my engineering tinkering process.
Each page talks about a specific component and how to make it “work”. Later, we will see how to integrate them all into a keyboard.
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The layout can be seen below. Function keys are also macro keys, the macro layer can be selected using the bottom-right Macro key.
This layout is developer-oriented, with easy access to commonly used symbols in software development.
The 4 blank keys on the right will be used to interact with the keyboard menu / screen, or to select a user-defined layer.
Keep in mind that this is a layout I made for me and what I’ll use to make the first keebx keyboard. A keebx keyboard can take any form you want.