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The "halfway-finished" photo of my construction
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The finished keyboard - laser etched keys, oil rubbed bronze rings, and a slow drip of clear epoxy to create the glass bubble-like effect of the keys
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Top down view of the half-complete design
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The finished keyboard - laser etched keys, oil rubbed bronze rings, and a slow drip of clear epoxy to create the glass bubble-like effect fo the keys
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Close-up of the laser etched keys. Slight "nerding-out" with the caps lock
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The new delete button; nostalgia for all of those lucky enough to grow up with Kid Pix
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This photo shows the new volume up, down, and mute buttons, as well as the new eject symbol
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A single bronze ring and wood piece before being secured onto the keyboard
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Gluing together the new wood case
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A matching usb drive - carved oak top and I painted the usb with a oil rubbed bronze finish
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The original keyboard sans the ugly clear plastic case
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The iMac and its original case
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The laser cut symbol and bronze ring before being wedged and glued together
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Cleaning up the etched keys before placing into rings and dripping the clear epoxy over them
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After removing that clear case, I hand painted that oil rubbed bronze finish onto the existing keyboard housing
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I took each key into a small vice and dremeled off each "skirt" before gluing to the wood keys

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