Roll your own keyboard
Subject: General Tech | January 29, 2008 - 03:03 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you've seen flexible keyboards for sale, you might have thought it was a great idea, but the price is a bit much, and it might not have a layout that you like. Hack a Day comes to your rescue, with steps on how to make your own flexible keyboard, simply by disemboweling a normal USB keyboard and taping letters onto the membrane.
"The instructable says to get a USB keyboard (it looks like a Dell USB keyboard to me), gut it and label the flexible
membranes inside after you join them together. If you've got a supply of this style of keyboard, it could be a cheap
source... or better yet, maybe you can use the guts to produce high quality custom keybads."
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