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FedorSosnin

Mechanical Keyboard - SiCK-PAD

by FedorSosnin Jun 10, 2019
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Finally got around to finishing mine: https://i.imgur.com/t9XRezK.jpg to match my sick-68

Ended up going with a pro micro, so here's my modded file for that if anyone wants.

Looks great! I plan on printing one as well for my Sick-68 keyboard. What did you do for the LEDs?

It's just 2 WS2812B LED strips across the bottom of the case. QMK has support for it, and the plastic I used lets the light bleed through. I have another pad that's black on the top and it did not let any light through at all, so I could not accomplish the same effect.

Looks great. Actually EasyAVR also has support but QMK was more straight forward. I couldn't get it EasyAVR to do what I wanted but mostly because I lack knowledge. LOL.

Hello dude, can you share image wire to wire like SICK-68 ?
and how to flash step by step ?
thx

I really need to–just haven't found the time yet. #toomanyprojects! It's a very similar process however.

Awsome numpad and i printed it and flashed the controller with your keymad for it. but im stil in the dark asfor wiring. is there a place where i can see the matrix and to what IO it has to be wired?

I haven't made a DIY yet. However, check out the DIY from the Sick-68 as its a similar process.

What program did you use to draw this? I want to make a remix with 20 normal sized keys in a 5 x 4 array as opposed to a 4 x 5.

Tinkercad, actually. Looking forward to the remix!

Could you share how you made the firmware? I can't figure it out using the SiCK-68 instructions.

Hmm. In that case, you can try using QMK. You can use the online configurator with the "generic numpad" layout. Here is an attached layout and hex. You can make a folder with those items in it and follow the readme provided by QMK. Let me know how it goes.

Looks good! Printing one now to match my sick-68.

Modded the case a bit to be able to fit a Arduino Pro Micro. Though I'm still unsure if I want to use it, as then I'd need a mini-usb as well as micro-usb. It'd be nice to match.

As much as I want to try using the Pro Micro, im a sucker for these Teensies. I do prefer micro over mini though, so I might have to tough it out sooner or later. Let me know how it goes! :)

So, I'm just making your Sick68, waiting for some parts to arrive and suddenly a wild NumPad appears....
I just have to print this one and make it too. Glad me has some spare Box Navy keys and an elite-c too, so i dont have to spent anything on this, except the printing time!

Nice! Excited to see it. :)

Me: planning on making this set.
My wallet: Why do you do this to me!? You don't need another board!

I'm going to have to tip you when I get around to printing these.

I'm in the same boat. I went one step further and printed out the cases. So now my wallet is really pressed! lol

Thank you! I appreciate it.