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    Created By: ATMakers

    Project Need: Mobility/ Physical
    Capabilities Needed: Electronics, 3D Printing, Custom PCB, Programming
    Project Link: 6

    License: Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International

    The ATMakers Keyswitch is a low-cost assistive switch interface that allows a user to connect up to 5 external assistive switches with 3.5 mm plugs to a computer, tablet, smartphone, or AAC device with a USB port. The Keyswitch sends keystrokes and/or mouse movement when the external switches are activated, and can easily be configured to change the keystrokes that are sent.


    Is there a source available for the ATMakers KeySwitch Custom PCB or do I need to submit the file to PCB manufacturer and have a batch printed?


    I really like to see a walk through on what the custom pcb process look like.  Thinks like go to this site, upload this file, etc.  I don’t think the technical folks realize that this is a huge barrier for people who are starting out.


    We have a github page dedicated to none technical folk. You can find some good information on how to create and send/upload files for PCB fabrication.


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