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Berlin Hack and Tell Message Board Berlin Hack and Tell Discussion Forum › Summary Thread: 9th Berlin Hack and Tell

Summary Thread: 9th Berlin Hack and Tell

Uwe K.
Berlin, DE
Post #: 1
Okay, so I'll start and post the link to my project here.

Arduino-based Hack-And-Tell count-down timer on a green screen monitor:

Georg N.
user 24883492
Berlin, DE
Post #: 1

Don't forget to vote for us

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user 21568481
London, GB
Post #: 2
TD-1 v0.5 aka “Dönercopter”:

user 39768492
Berlin, DE
Post #: 1
IBM Model M keyboard key 3d files

The OpenSCAD files are on github, STL files (ready-to-print) will follow as soon as I manage to export them.
There are just about 10 files since there are only about 10 different key types on the (my) keyboard, two of which (the standard keys and the wide modifier keys) have exchangeable key caps (which are also included as .scad files) .Currently you should be able to export the keycaps without problems. The unit mapping (scad-to-reallife) is 1:=1mm.
A former member
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