A clean alternative to the popular "band-aid" mod. These stabilizer pads will dampen the sound of your stabilizers hitting your PCB. They will also help to even out stabilizer noise caused by PCB holes.
Each unit comes with 20 stabilizer pads. Available in two materials: silicone (clear) and Teflon fiber (black)
Remove one pad from the set.
Put the pad between two stabilizer holes.
Install your stabilizers onto the PCB as usual, ensuring the stabilizer housing covers the pad.
Screw in or clip in your stabilizer housing.
Compatible with both plate mount and PCB mount stabilizers, though we recommended them for PCB mount stabilizers since they make contact with the PCB.
These new films are now die-cut and ordered through a manufacturer rather than being home-made in my (DrewKeys) garage. Dimensions are tighter, more accurate, and generally look more aesthetically pleasing. Compression ratios are better, as the material is softer than before. They now ship in easy to peel sheets rather than all in a single bag. (Check the video link!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSjxzWGLDBs
Fits all switches meant for thicker films! (Cherry, Gateron, JWK's, etc. all good)
One of the (if not the most) thickest switch film that still perfectly fits the majority of switches due to the compression of the rubber silicone material. Comes in 4x5 sheets packaged in resealable bag.
Installation: I findputting the switch films on the top housing makes it easier to applythan to put it traditionally on the bottom housing. There should be two tiny bumps on the top housing on the side where the leaf would be.Make sure the films are between the two bumps and the top housing legs!Once you've put the films in this way, they should be perfectly be aligned.