An Adorable Keyboard Kit with Many Colours to Choose From!
The Tinny50 is a great way for anyone to try out a small form-factor mechanical keyboard. Not quite a 40% but just as small.
To make the build experience as simple as possible, the included PCB is Hotswap and no soldering is required.
Purchase Extra Tops:
- 1.2mm Aluminium Plate
- 1.2mm Hotswap PCB
- Acrylic Case
- Hardware - Screws, Standoffs, Bumpons
- 0.2mm Stabiliser Shims
The keyboard uses one 6.25u Stabiliser and will require 52 Switches. This keyboard is programmable through VIA, so you can change and remap keys to output different characters.
Example Layout - Layer 1
Example Layout - Layer 2
Layer 2 is accessible when "spacebar" is held down.
Not included and you will still need need:
- 1x 6.25u Stabiliser - PCB Mount
- 52x MX Switches
- USB Type C Cable
The Aluminium plate may have some surface imperfections and light scratches. This material is uncoated so can scratch fairly easily.
Do not clean with Isopropyl alcohol.
Rinse or wipe the case with water or an electrostatic remover as there is a possibility of lingering static, which may damage your PCB.
A protective layer is still attached to the acrylic pieces and needs to be removed. Dust is easily attracted when removing this film, so I recommend having a damp microfiber cloth on-hand. BE CAUTIOUS FOR ESD.
May have some slight variation on the edges of each acrylic layer due to the nature of Laser Cutting, however great attention is given to ensure the straightest and most consistent edge alignment possible.