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    #3131 |

    We just launched the Aluminum Top Plates for the Infinity ErgoDox on Massdrop after having hundreds of requests.

    Since people seem to be interested in this quite a bit, we would like to explore what other keyboard options we should build. We have been doing quite a bit of design work behind the scenes to fix certain problems that have been present in all custom keyboards, such as fixing the switch plate cut-outs, stabilizer sizing, and making Type-C the new standard connector for keyboards.

    Let us know what else you’d like to see here!

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    Pazuru
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    How about a middle plate that allows us to screw in arms to adjust the angle of each half. Like this

    PCallathan
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    Not really an accessory, but I would love to see a fully programmable number pad that can be chained to the ergodox.

    PCallathan
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    A decent tilting add-on would also be greatly appreciated.

    Thomas
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    I’d really like to see a full aluminium case.
    A tent kit would also be nice.

    Cheezmeister
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    A carrying case would be nice. Toting between work and home is a dangerous affair.

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    We’ve actually been thinking about doing a carrying case, but as you would imagine it does take an entirely different skill set to make a bag than it does to design a keyboard. We will keep our eyes out though!

    b0n3z
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    I agree with Pazuru, PCallathan & Thomas. We need tilting (tenting). A tent kit that works with previous/current versions would be awesome.

    Christian
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    Having just finished assembling and programming my shiny new Infinity Ergodox, I agree that some sort of Tenting add-on would be a huge usability boost.

    Sander
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    I’d love another opportunity to get the kit!

    muh
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    Yes, a tenting/tilting solution would be greatly appreciated!

    Dave
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    Quoting myself from my post in Any plans for an Infinity Numpad?, because I didn’t notice this thread in time:

    I actually want two numpads… one that’s setup as a normal numpad and attaches to the top of the right half, and a mirrored one that’s setup as an “F-keypad” and attaches to the top of the left half. This would make for a very vaguely square-shaped keyboard, which I think would work well with how I like my desk laid out. My ultimate goal is integrate it all into a fully adjustable base that supports tenting, varying the separation and angles between the left-right halves and the top-bottom “halves”, and a built-in USB hub.

    Although the location that’d I want for that USB hub part kinda requires tenting, so it might not work for everyone.

    billputer
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    I’d be interested in a good tenting solution as well as more options for cases.

    JRo
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    I am really happy with my thumb cluster and palm keys customizations (see https://deskthority.net/keyboards-f2/thumb-hack-3-2-in-partial-sa-jukebox-t15715.html). The one additional improvement would be to move the display from above the outer columns to above the inner thumb cluster. For me, the display is blocked by my tall Row 1 SA keys.

    If input.club were interested in pursuing this, I will build you one for your usability experimentation.

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