Following up on the SiCK-68 keyboard, the SiCK-60 is an more compact 60% option with the ability to use a wide variety of inexpensive PCBs as well as a version that can be handwired with a Teensy2.0 micro controller.
For more information on this keyboard along with full DIY and parts breakdown please visit the SiCK-68 page here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3478494
If you are interested in a companion pad, check out: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3682168
The filaments I used are from Inland and can be typically ordered for $15 to $17 on Amazon.
Inland Purple: https://amzn.to/31wsUNe
Inland Yellow: https://amzn.to/2F8uVWp
Enjoy and post your makes!
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Added "Sick60-bottom-left-PCB-v2.stl" that moves the PCB usb opening further away from the edge for better fitment
Added "Sick60-bottom-left-PCB-v2.stl" that makes the lower left section easier to print.
Added "SiCK60-top-right-v2.stl" that fixes an error on the right side of the keyboard while slicing. Please use "SiCK60-top-right-v2.stl" if you plan to print.