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  1. Hm. Unlucky incompatibility I guess

  2. Nooo hahahah the joke is that im using a digital interface(usb) for an analog signal without any adc lol. Its just a cursed “adapter”

  3. Hi, thanks for reaching out to our team. We do apologize for the inconvenience and we'll be more than happy to assist. Please try the following: Power off the device >> Power on and press and hold the " Delete/F2" key.

  4. Hi it is still doing the same thing. I did what you tood me to do and i am still stuck in the bootloop

  5. If it's your own pcb design then you need to write the firmware. Download the qmk repo and have a look at the info files of different keyboards and that should give you an idea.

  6. Basically the pcb uses the bottom 5 pins on the left and the bottom 4 pins on the right of the bit c board. From what ur telling me i think i do need to write my own firmware modify an existing one…

  7. Though actually, if I’m not wrong those pins can be used. You’ll need to define the matrix as which pins lead to which columns and rows, that should be easy to do with the pcb files :) definitely take a look at the bit-c pin diagram on the nullbits bitc repo as well as the info file on the qmk repo for the tidbit. That sound help.

  8. But basically if i make my own firmware, ir modify an existing one, would it still work on a bit-c? Fir example, on the original tidbit firmware (just an example) row 3 could be on pin 16 where as i wqnt to put it in pin 10, would that be possible?

  9. You don’t you ask for a refund because godaddy is hot garbage

  10. Alright good to know! But this website isnt soemthing super serious. Its just a little project of mine

  11. With good amazon prime deals im really looking into getting a 3d printer. I am a complete noob that did abit of research that just wants a printer that will work and that wont need upgrades in the future. I am thinbking about a neptune 2 or an ender 3

  12. I prefer Ender 3 because there are a lot of community mods available. But that said, both printers are very similar. If you are new to 3D printing, expect some frustrating experiences with bed leveling and getting your first layer right. After that, you should be fine. Both printers do not come with auto bed leveling and flexible build plate.

  13. Alright thanks alot, but since the Ender 3 is an older model, shoild i expect a better print quality on the neptune 2?

  14. Buy off the rack pretty close and have someone adjust. Faster than making the whole suit

  15. There’s a lot of adjustment tailors, far more than the ones that make suits. Any place that repairs shoes and many dry cleaners can do it.

  16. Yeah the vias here are kind of crazy. For instance, almost every track from the through-holes for the chip (probably arduino) leads to a via rather than just running a track on the other side.

  17. When we started designing pcbs he taught us to place horizontal tracks on the opposing side of the vertical ones. Hence the reason why there are so many vias. Obviously he did teach us to not design a slice of swiss cheese…. But he didnt make any remarks on my board.

  18. s-ol says:

    Keeping the "main" part of the grid like that (horizontal on one, vertical on the other side) makes a lot of sense for a matrix-type routing like this. I do the same on my keyboard projects.

  19. Alright alright. So in other words, the traces connecting my switches and diodes are fine, but i need to eliminate or reduce the amount of vias that are used to commect my traces to the arduino

  20. actually i just figured it out hahah for the + and enter the distance seperating both is 2U, or 38.1 mm.

  21. yeah that helped for the 1U switches. However, the +, enter, and 0 are 2U which means the distance between them and the 1U keys are different. Those are the distances that i cant find

  22. I am making a numpad pcb, what is the distance between the "enter" and "+" key and also the distance between the "0" and "." i cant find any info anywhere.

  23. Just use a 2u switch footprint that already has that info. What program are you designing the PCB with?

  24. Assuming you're also using a MX switch footprint library, there should be a 2u key footprint with proper stab holes that you can just use, no need to measure

  25. Usually i would send that info to my teacher ao he could model me some footprints but ig i wont with those switch libraries

  26. what footprint are you referring to? as in what pcbs they can fit in?

  27. well im wondering if the glorioius and cherry switches have the same dimentions basically (like height and width). I just want to make sure that i dont space the switches too far apart or, for example, the switch pins wont fit in the holes i made in the PCB

  28. yes all MX mechanicals have the same footprint - some might have slightly bigger housings but are able to fit so long as the board is meant for MX mechanicals (some special cases where the fit might be tighter than others)

  29. It sounds like you are wanting to make a calculator from as basic parts as you can, for personal educational purposes? If that's the case, I would recommend trying one of the many Logic Gate Calculator projects out there. At it's most basic, Arithmatic in computers is done by first turning the numbers into Binary so you can represent them with electrical on/off states, and then setting up an appropriate chain of Logic gates for the various functions (Addition, Subtraction, etc).

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