Successfully Passed Through Customs

December 30, 2017 Scott Urueta

As per the title, the keycaps have gone through and are on their way to my door again! Nightmare delay mostly averted!

Customs makes me sad.

December 29, 2017 Scott Urueta

I asked for the fastest possible shipping so I could receive the keycaps on Dec. 28th, and assemble them over the next two or three days to ship out before New Year, but my package is temporarily stuck in customs and tonight I had to call up DHL to provide the extra information. This is the first package I have ever had from my parts supplier to actually get stuck in customs. So keyboard shipping is now 100% dependent on how quickly my keycaps can pass through customs. It is really disappointing having these board just sitting here waiting when I could...

Black Splitography Photos Updated

November 17, 2017 Scott Urueta

Photos updated for the Black Splitography. These are photos of what will actually be shipped. Everything is continuing as planned.

Standard Qwerty Layout Layers

October 21, 2017 Scott Urueta

Standard Qwerty Layout Layers

Steven Hum of the darnedest thing is configuring the firmware. Here is a detailed view on what the layout is and why I arranged it that way: I tried designing the most universally acceptable layout for people who normally use a US QWERTY layout. It includes both the standard number row keys and a numpad. It also has a standard sixkey/nav cluster, Function keys separated into groups of 4 keys, some common one-handed shortcut keys, as well as basic volume/media keys. Some keys are duplicated to allow for variance in preference, relevant layer convenience, and to allow for more compatibility with software...

Hello Trees On My House

October 02, 2017 Scott Urueta

Hello Trees On My House

Power and internet are both back. Have some cleanup left to do: In the meantime, preorders have now filled up enough of the first batch that I was able to place an order to produce some proper injection molded keycaps right before the storm hit. This will slightly lengthen the time it takes to get the first units out, but will dramatically decrease the time it takes for future batches to be made. I can now solidly say I'll have all first-batch orders shipped out before the end of this year because I don't need to worry about the finicky CNC mill anymore....