Hey all! Apologies for the late update, been meaning to post one for a while but caught up in accounting, unfortunately, always the things you don't want to do. But back to what we love now!
All the m60-A PCB's are in as of last week. Currently unboxing them all and sending them in batches to our in-house Hardware Engineer Wilba to program and test over the next few weeks.
They will then all be packaged and warehoused until the enclosures arrive.
All M60-A enclosures are all machined and currently undergoing Anodising by colour batch. A few colours have already been completed. All PVD coating and hand-mirror polishing have been complete on the brass components. We estimate all enclosures to finish around early September - and we will be visiting our suppliers to do a final QC before they are forwarded to our warehouse for final assembly and packaging. We will be away for a week and a half from the first week of September and reachable via our contact support email: email@example.com. Sea-Freight should take roughly 2 weeks and we will promptly pack each order in batches of Country, Colour and Contents.
All stainless steel fasteners and black hex screws are in and we are also creating a manual on how to assemble the M60-A. Here is an artwork we commissioned by the very talented Janne Iivonen which will be used as the front cover for the manual, it shows the diversity and playfulness we strive for within our products and customers.
We are looking forward to shipping these out and seeing them customised in their own unique ways by the new owners!
Excited to launch the new variation of the M6-B, it includes all the great features of the previous revision but now with RGB lighting! The PCB is also backwards compatible with any existing M6 enclosure.
Check out the prototype PCB from Wilba here: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bmm5NV4DYpz/
It's available for pre-order now at:
WAVE SEQ 2
The new variation on the coveted wave keycap series. Available for preorder now alongside the M6-B.
In other news
The 'Project Updates' blog is now 'Proto(Type)' It is what identifies us across our spectrum and excites, mesmerizes and captivates our audiences. It's us on a page. More to come.