Cantor Keyboard Kit
The Cantor keyboard is a 42 key diodeless split keyboard, designed with simplicity in mind. Aiming to provide a more ergonomic (stronger column stagger) corne-like layout with a simple, easy to assemble and cheap design.
The keyboard uses choc switches with choc spacing. Therefore, only MBK keycaps can be used.
A diodeless design reduces the keyboard assembly time, as the amount of components to solder is significantly reduced. Moreover, soldering diodes can cause trouble during the keyboard build. Diodes need to be placed in the correct direction, if not, the keys won't work well! Eliminating diodes will prevent many errors during the assembly process.
2 x Cantor PCBs
2 x Black Pill STM32 ARM Controllers
4 x 20 Pin Headers
2 x TRRS Sockets
1 x TRS Cable
8 x Rubber Feet
Required to Complete
2 x 40 Pin Machined Breakable Female Header (Enable Controller Hot Swap)
This keyboard is designed by diepala.