A new DIY split keyboard
- PCB: Sweep Bling LP (GitHub, Shop) or Aurora Sweep is a candidate. Because my 24 keys layout is similar to the 34 keys. And I want to use the hot-swappable Kailh Low Profile Choc V1 key switches.
- Key switches: Kailh Low Profile Choc V1 - Light Blue (20gf, Linear) or the closest one to the Framework Laptop's key switches.
- Keycaps: Kailh Choc V1 flat black or/and flat transparent
- Case: Silver aluminum or black or none.
- Firmware: QMK over ZMK. Because I want to use mouse emulation and want to have the same experience with the Moonlander.
Take a look at Sweep Bling LP CAD files
However, the PCB is for 34 keys, not for 24 keys. So, how can I create a PCB for 24 keys? Perhaps, I may be able to edit the original 34 keys CAD file for 24 keys, and upload the file to a PCB manufacturer, and get it.
$ git clone https://github.com/davidphilipbarr/Sweep.git $ cd Sweep $ cd 'Sweep Bling LP'/pcb
$ sudo dnf install kicad $ pwd /home/jaruga/git/Sweep/Sweep Bling LP/pcb $ kicad &
Then you see the file lists included in the "sweepbling-lp__pcb.kicad_pro" file (the "pro" is a project file?) from the KiCad.
Then click the "sweepbling-lp__pcb.kicad_pcb".
I still have no idea about how to edit to update with the 24 keys. :)