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Building a
keyboard
from
scratch Jesse Vincent
jesse@fsck.com
http://keyboard.io
@obra / @keyboardio
Wednesday, July 24, 13
Why?
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My boss
stole my
keyboard
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WARNING
WARNING
There are no more cat
pictures in this talk
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I couldn’t find a
keyboard I wanted
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I tried
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So, you want to
make a keyboard?
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Tools you’ll need
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Soldering
Iron
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BRC2XU
$5+ ($86)
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Wire
cutter
$0.99
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Tools you’ll want
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Wire
cutter
http://www.adafruit.com/products/147
$7
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Solder Sucker
http://www.adafruit.com/products/148
$5
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Fine-tipped
tweezers
http://www.adafruit.com/products/422
$4
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Wire-wrapping
tool
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006C43VJU
$13
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Multimeter
http://www.amazon.com/B000EVYGZA/
$20
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Hot Glue
Gun
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009XTPAO
$20
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Parts you’ll need
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Keyswitches
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Cherry MX
Keyswitches
http://www.cherrycorp.com/english/switches/key/mx.htm
$0.80/ea
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Key Caps
http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/87-key-cherry-mx-keycap-set.html
$37
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Don’t make
your own
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26-30AWG
Enamel-insulated
magnet wire
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0082CUQEI
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Rosin-core
Solder
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008DEYEAW
$6
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Teensy 2.0
Microcontroller
http://www.pjrc.com/store/teensy.html
$16
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Arduino
Pro Micro
is also ok
https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11098
$20
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WARNING
WARNING
There is no more
Arduino in this talk
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MiniUSB
cable
$0
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Parts you’ll want
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$9
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006C4ABR0
26-30AWG
Kynar-insulated
wire-wrapping
wire
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Jumper wires
http://www.adafruit.com/products/266
$7
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IN4148
Diodes
$12...for 500
http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/1N4148-T/1N4148DICT-ND/160623
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Parts you’ll make
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The case
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Design your own!
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14mm square holes
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3+ mm apart
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Top plate:
1.5 mm thick
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I designed
my first
keyboards in
OmniGraffle
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14mm
14mm
3+mm
3+mm
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Prototype
with paper
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Use lasers
to cut out
the pieces
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Use CAD to
model the
weirder
stuff
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openscad
module key(x,y,rotation) {
translate([(x*key_spacing),(y*key_spacing),-0.01]) {
rotate(rotation) key_inner();
}
}...
openscadmodule keyColumn(x,y) {
translate([(x*key_spacing),(y*key_spacing),0]) {
key(0,0);
key(1,0);
key(2,0);
key(3,0);
}...
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What didn’t I mention?
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Printed
Circuit Board
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You do know
how to design
and etch
PCBs right?
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Can you teach me?
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Putting it together
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Try the keys & keycaps
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Start Soldering
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Flat pin:
Connect Diode
Square pin:
Connect wire
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Wire-wrap the keys in each row
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wire_Wrapping.jpg
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Solder the
diodes in
columns
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Why Diodes?
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Key Ghosting
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Credit: @pdcawley
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Credit: @pdcawley
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Credit: @pdcawley
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Credit: @pdcawley
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then trim
the terminal
wires
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Connect
them in
parallel
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Connect
the black
ends to
the keys
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Don’t
solder the
diodes to
each other
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You want the
wire-wrapping
wire
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Solder a wire to
each column
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Solder a wire to
each row
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Connect those wires to
the microcontroller
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Firmware
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Install avr-gcc
pjrc.com/teensy/gcc.html
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Install
Teensy
Loader
pjrc.com/teensy/loader.html
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Configure some
keyboard firmware
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github.com/humblehacker/keyboard
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% vi config.kspec
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% make
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Install your firmware
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Test your keyboard
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(This is why
you want a
multimeter)
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My experiences
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Mark 1 Keyboard
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shell from
ergodox.org
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Mark 2 Keyboard
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Mark 3 Keyboard
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Mark 4
Keyboard
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Mark 5
Keyboard
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Mark 6
Keyboard
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Mark 7 Keyboard
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Mark 8
Keyboard
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Mark 9 Keyboard
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What have I learned?
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Hardware is not scary
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3D printers are almost there
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Iterating on hardware
isn’t much harder than
iterating on software
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Patching hardware
is a lot harder
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Patching hardware
is a lot more satisfying
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Keyboards don’t
have to suck
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Make one
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...or nine
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What’s next?
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Figuring out a
mousing solution
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Learning about
PCB design
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Learning about
contract manufacturing
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Learning how to make
a Kickstarter video
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Questions?
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Thanks!
Jesse Vincent
http://keyboard.io
jesse@fsck.com /@obra
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