If you’re planning on building your first keyboard or you’re just curious of the methods I use on both my personal builds as well as the commissions, then you’ve come to the right place. Below is a walk-through of how I do each step along with pictures of each process and a video description at the end.

Arguably the most important part of any keyboard is the switch. To get the absolute most out of your switch there are a variety of modifications you can make to them. In this walk-through I will go over how to both lube and film your switches so that you too, can have buttery smooth, ‘thock’ machines

In order to get your PCB properly working for both testing and actual use, you need to ensure that the right firmware is flashed to the board so that you get the correct outputs from each keystroke. Follow this guide to find out how to make and install your own firmware.

You can’t build a custom keyboard without building it, stop by here to read up on how I like to go about soldering and assembling my boards. Who knows, maybe it’ll help you out too…

It’s inevitable that not every board will work the first time around. Don’t worry though, usually it’s a simple mistake or driver issue. For some quick fixes and Top Tips to get your board up and running, use this guide to find solutions to problems I have personally run into.