This week I was at MyMiniFactory for my work experience as a part of college. They are all really nice people.
For some reason the .f3d files did not upload. If you have a larger keyboard leg, or this does not fit, please contact spare parts for myminifactory.
I do have other keyboard legs, they will fit better!
Please note that print two of these off, as they will most likley not match the angle of your keyboard exactly.
While I was there I was asked to design a universal keyboard leg, so that if you were to break yours, you can print this off and then fit it directly to your keyboard. While I have succeeded in one way or another, I have made a keyboard leg that will fit in any keyboard after having the height and width ajusted. I have included a PDF on how to do this in Fusion 360 but will follow simular steps in most 3D CAD, software'.
For Fusion 360 users I have included .f3d files.
For other CAD users I have included .stp (STEP) files.
But, another much more simple solution. After measuring most keyboard legs I have found that the width of them is most commonly around 15mm, which is how big these files are! If you do need bigger unfortuatley you will need to increase the size of them in CAD.
But if you have measured your keyboard leg, then you should now know what size it is, and if it is ±2mm from 15mm, then you are in luck, the next thing you need to do it measure the diameter of the peg, which is the little bit that sticks out of the side.
If it is 2.5mm or below use the normal size template.
If it is 2.5mm or above use the large size template.
I hope this fixes your keyboard!
Thank you for downloading, or looking!
A few of the pictures included is an example of the template scaled up and working!