NK65 - Aluminum Edition
The NK65 - Aluminum edition is a standard 65% layout keyboard with a hotswap PCB. The PCB is QMK/VIA compatible with per switch RGB lighting. The switches are south facing. The PCB, designed by yiancar, also features 3 indicator LEDs that can be customized via QMK/VIA.
The kit will come with the aluminum case and plate, PCB, and Cherry Plate mount stabilizers. Keycaps and switches are not included.
Modified Top Mount - Plate screws into top case, PCB screws into plate, and plate screws into the bottom case. This design allows for no visible screws once assembled.
- 65% Standard Fixed Layout
- Hotswap PCB
- QMK/VIA Compatible
- USB C
- Per switch RGB lighting (programmable via QMK/VIA)
- CNC Aluminum Case
- Charcoal Grey Color
- Plate Mount Stabilizers
- PCB/Plate Mount Switch Compatible
- PCB Designed by yiancar
- 8 degree angle
- x3 2u plate mount stabilizers
- x1 6.25 plate mount stabilizer
- x5 torx T6 screws for plate -> bottom of case
- x2 phillips screws for PCB -> plate
- x2 rubber feet
- x1 PCB
Steps for assembly:
1 - Assemble the stabilizers. Place the stem inside of the stabilizer housing. Insert the wire into the stem, and snap into the housing. Repeat for the other side of the stabilizer.
2 - Install stabilizers. Slide the stabilizers into their respective slots and snap them into the plate.
3 - Install PCB. Put the PCB on the back of the plate. The sockets will face towards the bottom of the case. Using the two Phillips screws, mount the PCB onto the plate.
4 - Mount top case onto the bottom case. Slide the assembled top part of the case onto the bottom part. Then use the 5 T6 Torx screws to mount the case together.
5 - Install rubber feet. Peel off the 3M paper backing of the feet. Gently press the feet into their grooves on the bottom of the case. Make sure to not stretch out the feet, but only to press the feet down so that they will stick in the groove.
Thats it. The NK65 is now assembled. When putting in your switches it is VERY important to make sure that your pins are straight. If they are not straight, you can pop off a hot socket.