from 4×10 Staggered Mechanical Keyboard
pabile mariano shared on Thingiverse:
This thing is intended to be used with the pcb i designed. Top and bottom case is friction fitted. No screws nor glues necessary. I printed those in photo in .4mm layer height.
If you happen to have the pcb, please head over to this page for assembly guide and other references: https://pabileonline.blogspot.com/search/label/pabile40
Useful? I’ll be thrilled if you’d buy me a beer! …or at least visit my blog for more info about this thing. Thanks!
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