Model M Key Cap Replacement WAS: Keyboards and the Model M (was Re: NEC ProSpeed 386)
guy at cuillin.org.uk
Wed Jun 1 16:31:46 CDT 2016
On my 1992 IBM Model M most of the key caps are removable but some are not.
Notably, wider keys such as Backspace, Enter and the big + on the numeric
pad don't have removable caps. They're like the Unicomp Wide Keys.
On 1 June 2016 at 14:52, geneb <geneb at deltasoft.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 31 May 2016, Christopher Satterfield wrote:
> Unicomp still sells replacement caps (
>> http://www.pckeyboard.com/page/category/Buttons ), however I believe they
>> have a minimum order amount (price). There are also the ever-so-hated
>> keyboard forums where you can often post a "Looking for" and find someone
>> with some spares they'll dump dirt cheap or free.
>> AFAIK, the key caps that Unicomp sells are the monolithic cap & plunger
> that their keyboards use, not the two-part keys that the real Model M
> keyboards use. (For those not aware, the Model M key cap is separate from
> the plunger - the key cap is _literally_ just a cap on top of a smaller key
> form that's got the plunger molded in.)
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