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The internet is filled with 3D printing mechanical keyboard tutorials. But what if you don't own a 3D printer? Or what if you want to learn about the process of making a keyboard from start to finish?
This blog post is for you! We'll cover the basics of 3D printing and mechanical keyboard design and then walk you through the steps of making your keyboard. By the end, you'll have all the knowledge you need to start designing and 3D printing your custom mechanical keyboard!
History of Mechanical Keyboards
The history of mechanical keyboards traces back to the early days of personal computing. One of the earliest examples is the IBM Model M, which was introduced in 1980. The Model M was notable for its high-quality construction and its use of buckling spring key switches.
Posted: November 17, 2022Categories: Elecrow News
It’s easy to see why mechanical keyboards are all the rage.There are 3 types of promotions about Mechanical keyboards on Elecrow.If you are looking for a service, there is always one available.
Elecrow is a professional expert who can meet the requirements of PCB assembly, PCB manufacturing, PCB layout, PCB prototyping and PCB rework. Elecrow has a mature system and various testing methods to ensure manufacturing your PCBA with high quality.
Posted: March 22, 2022
Elecrow collected several common process defects in PCBA processing to help you to avoid detours. Learn these PCBA process defects and get twice the result with half the effort in the design phase.
Posted: August 22, 2019
1. What is AXI?
AXI is short for automated X-ray inspection, it's one of the most commonly used approaches for defect inspection in PCB Assembly. Not only does AXI check the solder joints under components, but it also reveals many defects in solder joints that may not be visible by the ordinary optical inspection equipment.