Although a Cherry MX clone may be born every year, it is not common for this completely different type of switch to appear.These “Void” switches are Hall effect magnetic levitation numbers designed by keyboard connoisseurs and designers [riskable]Can you imagine how satisfying it is to click on a switch driven by a magnet?They have an adjustable touch and Thanks to smaller magnets, it is possible to travel. But you will not be able to get these through group buying or any other means. If you want some of these babies, [riskable] Say you have to print and assemble them yourself.
These attractive switches also don’t take up space with Cherry MX, so you need some [riskable]Of AKU, or Analog keyboard unit (YouTube) Actually use them. [riskable] The prediction is different from the switch that AKU may be purchased at some point in the future. (Okay, because we really want to know how it feels on the keyboard!)
So, how do they work? As explained in the first video embedded below, there is one magnet in the slider and another in the housing. These two attract each other, so the activation switch separates them, which is the source of the Hall effect. The third magnet in the keycap acts as a levitator, helping to return the switch to the open position. The tactility of these switches is determined by the thickness of the plastic between the two lovebird magnets, so in addition to all the other customization features provided by 3D printing, you can dial exactly as you want.
Tour and dismantling
Unique [Chyrosran22] These excellent switches are shown in one of his teardown videos, which are embedded below.One of the things [riskable] What was sent was a tactile sampler, ranging from the unimaginable 0.0mm plastic to less than 2mm.
If you are wondering, this video is great for work, which is surprising given the tendency of content creators to use long strings of creative and hyphenated curses.let’s assume [Chyrosran22] Then save those things for the broken keyboard.
Stay after the comment that glows properly [riskable]Use the manual wiring of these switches to simulate a trip to the macro pad. When you have an extra few minutes, Check out the video build process of these switches [riskable]YouTube channel.
So, will these switches become the most clicked keyboard ever? Maybe, but consider this compelling solenoid valve setting.