It’s been a decent amount of time since I’ve posted anything, but who’s really paying attention?

So one my “Sunday”, (the rest of the world’s Saturday), I got some goo nerd time in. I got to dust off the 3D printer. Afterwards, I got some time to replace the PCBs of one my keyboards and update two of them. When I say “update” I mean update the firmware I flash to them. In which I use “Quantum Mechanical Keyboard Firmware” or more commonly referred to as “QMK”

The product I’m referring to is listed below.

DZ65 RGB V2 HOT SWAP RGB PCB

Any information on QMK, can be found in the following URL.

Quantum Mechanical Keyboard Firmware

I don’t have any pictures of the 3D print test I did… Mainly because I’m incredibly ashamed of how it came out.

I had to replace the PCB board to one of my keyboard, cause the entire thing shorted out. So I wasn’t going to worry about that, this round. I decided to use some painters tape I had laying around to create a barrier between the board and the solid steal casing.

Here are pictures of me doing that.

I don’t have any pictures of the 3D print test I did… Mainly because I’m incredibly ashamed of how it came out.

I has to replace the PCB board to one of my keyboard, cause the entire thing shorted out. So I wasn’t going to worry about that, this round. I decided to use some painters tape I had laying around to create a barrier between the board and the solid steal casing.

Anyways, here are pictures of me doing that.

That’s all I got for now… I know I do this a lot, but maaaayyyybeeeee I’ll update this with a picture of the failed print, which ruined my nerd time.