Handheld tactile switch keyboard for Teensy 3.2 compatible boards.Designed by Anthony DiGirolamo, Ships from United States of America
Take a look at the: teensy-thumb-keyboard github for KiCad PCB files, Fusion360 model links, 3d printer STLs and example Arduino keyboard firmware sketch. hackaday.io page for more photos, info an...Read More…
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What is it?
This is a breakout PCB in the shape of a thumb keyboard for the Teensy 3.2, Teensy LC, or Butterfly STM32L433. Please Note this listing is for a bare PCB only. Parts, Teensy and some soldering required for a fully working keyboard.
Why did you make it?
I wanted a small tactile keyboard with a comfortable layout that could be used in any handheld hardware project. BASIC game console, graphing calculator, PDA, Raspberry Pi handheld computer, etc.
Three possible mounting options
Parts list for a fully working keyboard
I'm putting this up here to help offset the costs of prototyping. This project is open source though so you can order a batch of these PCBs if you're comfortable doing so. Here's a couple options:
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