A few weeks ago, a Reddit user shared his own idea for an amazing computer keyboard and mouse keyboard that looks exactly like the ones in the movies, only made from the best parts of the internet.
This inspired me to take a crack at making one myself.
I spent two days making the basic components from scratch, and then a little over a week creating the final product.
The final product is almost exactly what I had in mind, so here’s a look at the finished product:The keyboard and trackpad are all made from aluminum.
The front of the keyboard has a nice flat finish, while the bottom of the pad is made from brushed metal.
There’s a soft foam on the underside of the trackpad, but it’s not too grippy.
I didn’t really care for the pad being too soft, so I used a soft, flexible material instead.
The keycaps are also all made out of brushed metal, and they’re quite nice.
I found the metal keycaps to be very difficult to press into place, so it was quite challenging to make sure they fit properly.
The mouse is made of an aluminum plate, which I had to cut to size with a saw.
I cut out the center of the plate, then cut out all the corners with a router.
I then glued the mouse to the aluminum plate.
The only thing I’m not sure about is the fact that the mouse is just too big.
I just made it so the track is a little smaller than my fingers, so maybe that was a mistake.
The trackpad has a lot of grooves, and the buttons are also made out solid aluminum.
I used 3M plastic spacers to make the tabs for the track, so the mouse has plenty of grip.
The buttons have been printed with a little adhesive on them, so they’re actually fairly durable.
They’ve also been taped to the metal side of the mouse so they don’t get scratched.
The keyboard is a bit of a challenge, but once I got it printed, I was able to make it really simple.
I printed the keycaps out on paper, then I glued them to the keycap halves and pressed them into place with my thumb.
The keys also have a nice groove on them so they won’t get damaged by rough handling.
The rest of the key has a tiny gap on the back so it doesn’t get in the way when you click the key.
The whole thing has a pretty low profile, so there are plenty of openings for keys that won’t fit through it.
I could have printed the keys more precisely, but I figured it was best to have the key holes a little deeper for this reason.
I also printed the track pad in a different color to make them stand out a bit more.
I wanted to make something that was just slightly bigger than a regular keyboard, so after some research, I settled on using 3M metal plates for the keys.
I decided to go with a silver color to avoid the possibility of the silver plates sticking out too much.
The metal plates are also much more durable than the plastic ones I used for the keyboard, making them better for gaming.
I wanted to keep the keys relatively small, so a little of the plastic pieces was cut off.
After printing the keys, I glued the plates to the keys with a small amount of adhesive.
The rubberized side is also glued to the top of the keys and onto the aluminum.
Finally, the key switches are made out with the same glue that I used on the track and the mouse, and I glued that to the back of the switches as well.
The whole thing measures about 13.5″x 9.75″x 2.75″, which is a pretty nice size for a mouse.
It feels very solid, and is extremely easy to press with my fingers.
I’d definitely recommend trying out this keyboard and using it in a gaming session.
If you’re planning on making a big investment in a computer mouse, I would highly recommend getting the 3M plate from Amazon and getting a lot more space.