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Planck Cyberdeck

A 3D printed design of a Cyberdeck around a Raspberry pi3b and a self soldered planck keyboard.

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The design of the cyberdeck is fully 3D printed. The goal is to have a display, a raspbery pi3 and a keyboard for it. The keyboard is a self soldered teensy 2.0 board running TMK.
This design does not make room for a battery.

The STL files are linked feel free to use them.

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Fischer wrote 09/23/2020 at 16:23 point

lmao anyone else notice that the keys on the keyboard are random instead of QWERTY?

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newyerk wrote 09/26/2020 at 17:04 point

It’s not random,

”The layout takes its name from the first six letters to appear on the first row of alphabetical keys; that is, (A Z E R T Y). Similar to the German QWERTZ layout, it is modelled on the English QWERTY layout. It is used by most French and Flemish speakers based in Europe,(...)”


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/AZERTY

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bootdsc wrote 09/07/2020 at 02:28 point

Awesome mini deck, I'm trying to figure out a planck+ for a deck i've been working on. You should drop by the Cyberdeck group https://discord.gg/s8wqtpe

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charlie.goutorbe wrote 09/07/2020 at 18:26 point

I'll make sure to come by. Is plank+ a 60% ortholinear ? Sounds like an interesting concept.

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Tom Nardi wrote 09/07/2020 at 01:32 point

Fantastic design. Do you have any images of the internals? Would love to see more of how it was put together. 

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charlie.goutorbe wrote 09/07/2020 at 18:25 point

Thank you. I'll add some photographs soon. What the design lacks though is nice cabling between the RPI the Keyboard and the display. I have yet to find a proper solution for this.

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