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    Umm...WOW. What the hell dude. Those look... i'm speechless. No wonder you don't type anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveW View Post
    Umm...WOW. What the hell dude. Those look... i'm speechless. No wonder you don't type anything.

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    I love this worklog, and every time I read it I always think, "Well, why do you think he never types anything? His keyboard is in a hundred different pieces!"

    I am so, so intrigued by this project. I love the idea of using photos to narrate the story, rather than filling it with eighteen paragraphs of bragging.

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    Those look so awsome, but i think that they would be a bit heavy, they might stay down all the time! eek..
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    This is extremely impressive work Filimon!
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    Thank you very much to everyone who say a few words about my project. The semicircular cuttings are specially done to make the buttons lighter. I have to stop worklog for sometime because I need to prepare about 100 buttons.
    But if you are interested in my other mods Iíll be glad to show you some of them which are made earlier.

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    I would love to see other mods of your when you have a chance to post. I am sure others would as well. You do very good work.
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    Excellent work! I have to admit, this is very interesting! I'm sure this is going to go with the mouse. You will deffinetly win the award for heaviest keyboard!!!

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    Wouldn't want to drag it to a LAN party! One things for certain though, you clearly know exactly what you're doing.

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    Default Re: Project:"Ctrl-Alt-Del" ;)

    Those keys do look bad ass, just an idea, but if you cut the letters out and projected some colors behind the letters with some surface mount LED's, it would look bad even more badass

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    have you looked into using a reinforcing spring behind the key itself to help support some of the weight? Finding just the right gauge and resistance might be tricky, but it could solve a lot of potential problems with weight and key return down the road.

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