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|Redox Keyboard||1,478||15 days ago||24||mit|
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|Lily58||1,045||4 months ago||18||other|
|6×4+4keys column-staggered split keyboard.|
|Djinn||663||a year ago||gpl-3.0||HTML|
|Djinn Split Keyboard|
|Gh60||564||4 years ago||1|
|GH60 - an open-source mechanical keyboard PCB designed for the community at geekhack.org|
|Klor||418||6 days ago||4||gpl-3.0|
|KLOR is 36-42 keys column-staggered split keyboard. It supports a per key RGB matrix, encoders, OLED displays, haptic feedback, audio, a Pixart Paw3204 trackball and four different layouts, through brake off parts.|
|Torn||379||a year ago||3||other||Shell|
|Kiswitch||349||7 days ago||15||other||Python|
|Footprints for popular keyboard switches|
The split keyboard kit made with through hole components. The design has been inspired by the Corne, Plaid and Discipline keyboards.
Torn uses an Atmega328P cpu, running QMK with VUSB:
Later this year you will be able to buy a Torn keyboard kit from splitkb.com. Alternatively you can also buy all the parts needed youself.
Instructions are in the Build guide and Troubleshooting guide. You can ask questions and get help on the Torn Discord channel.
There is also a detailed build log and video. Thanks rafaeldelboni!
It would not have been possible for me to design Torn without the information and designs published by the mechanical keyboard community. So thanks go to ...
The following are great resources to get started with keyboard case design:
I took inspiration from other keyboards I'd used or liked:
The Torn Keyboard is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
This PCB design may be freely reproduced, modified, and manufactured for personal use only. If you would like to use this design commercially please contact me at [email protected] to request permission.