Pico KeyPad

Pico KeyPad is a must-have shortcut keyboard for your PC work.

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Pico KeyPad is a must-have shortcut keyboard for your PC work. This keypad consists of 9 keys (you can add more no. of keys), the size of this 3x3 keypad is small and can be easily carried out. All this 9 keys can be programmed for any shortcut. You can use it during programming / Coding or during editing and more, all the software shortcuts are compatible with this keypad. In this written tutorial we a going to see how can we make it.

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  • 9 × Push Switches Non-Locking
  • 1 × Raspberry Pi Pico

  • 2
    3D Printing

    Download STL Files (Click)

    • 3D Print the given 3D Models.
    • Note: If you don't find the same Push Buttons as mine please design your own Keypad.
    • Once the print is complete insert the pushbuttons and fix them with some quick glue.
  • 3
    Circuit Connection
    • Make all the connections as shown in the schematic diagram.
    • Put the 3D-printed keys on top of the buttons using fast glue.
    • fix the RPi Pico using some screws.

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