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For those who want a work of art to do their daily typing on: the Keymacs A620N-88 is a recreation of the famous Symbolics Lisp keyboard, with Matias switches (or any ALPS-style you prefer), a choice of ANSI or Lisp layout, and a custom spherical key-cap set.
Another mechanical keyboard design that takes a simple idea and runs with it. The Cinderblock 70 normalizes all the keys to 1u (with options for 2u shift, enter and space) and a uniform stagger for a satisfyingly regular look which might still be a useable typing device for people unprepared for the full-on ortholinear style.
Not to my taste but I know Thinkpad users who might be excited by this: a mechanical keyboard that carefully reproduces the Thinkpad layout, complete with red trackpoint in the middle and mouse keys under the spacebar. Available ready-made with Cherry keyswitches, or as a kit for people who want to specify fancier switches and don’t mind a bit of soldering.
Replacement housing for Realforce keyboard so you can type on an aluminium slab lovingly powder-coated in Retro Refrigerator. I don’t own the hardware it is designed for so I am just enjoying it for the maximal-minimalist aesthetic.
Cute 3×3 macropad kit.
Julia Ebert designed and built a ortholinear 75% keyboard from scratch including the keycaps and has written an extensive build log.
The Alpaca Hot Dox is an ErgoDox with hot-swap PCBs.
Since I have a naked Zlant keyboard and it needs a case this Zlant case is a thing that I could get printed and use.
Discipline, a 65% DIY keyboard kit by Coseyfannitutti that can be assembled using only through-hole components. (No longer sold as a kit but the plans and bill of materials is open source.)