- If plate is going to be case top, get plate from Swill’s tool.
- If using 1.5mm metalic plate with acrylic case, use Phantom plate spacer and at least one bezel layer (Layer F)
A - Any 1mm+. Feet Spacer must be at least 3mm (This is to accomodate the Teensy 2.0)
B - Any 1mm+
C + D - 8mm or 9mm. Use layer C for bottom side as it has notch for USB plug, if you use one one layer, then use layer C.
E - 3
- Due to the controller being on the top side of the PCB, QFR/Filco requires a plate spacer AND a controller spacer as well QFR/Filco has to have at least one layer of the bezel to cover the controller daughter board
A - Any 1mm+. Feet Spacer is not required
B - Any 1mm+
C + D - 5mm or 6mm. Use layer C for bottom side as it has notch for USB plug, if you use one one layer, then use layer C.
E - 5mm
F - 5mm
G - Any 1mm+
- Use bezel layer depending on your preferred layout
- To make the plate layer, make your layout on http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/ and then generate plate using http://builder.swillkb.com/. Then open the file in a vector editor and lign up the contants using the + mark on the esc position on the plate layer.
- FEET BOT is only required if you want to have a perfectly flat keyboard.
- Ask your laser cutter to first cut lines in red, then blue and finally black. This should minimise errors due to acrylic warp.
- 13x 10mm M3 Standoffs
- 2x M3 Standoffs are required for tilting feet. Usually 8-10mm would do.
- 17x 5mm M3 Flathead screws
- 13x M3 Flathead screws. Length should be between (Total thickness - 7)mm to (Total thickness - 12)mm