New Nanonote keyboard

David Kuehling dvdkhlng at gmx.de
Sun Sep 11 03:57:28 EDT 2011


>>>>> "cenobyte" == cenobyte  <cenobyte at dragoncrypt.com> writes:

> Emboldened by my success with the minor rebuild of my nanonote
> keyboard, I have got a crazy idea. Why not try to make one from
> scratch? I am in a unique position because unlike normal mechanical
> keyboards, which could never be machined by hand, the Nanonote
> keyboard is actually rather simple. 

Ever thought about getting a MakerBot 3-D printer?  (see
e.g. http://makerbot.kd85.com/).  Unfortunately they're still pretty
expensive (about 1kEUR) and difficult to setup and operate.

I wonder how many keyboards you'd have to print and sell to break even?
:)

David
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