Campine Mk. III group buy
Frequently asked questions
Q: Can I get [insert color here] instead?
A: In order to maintain affordability, only the colors referenced are available.
Q: Why are these so expensive?
A: Both frames and all of the additional parts are priced very competitively.
Q: Why are the designs so basic?
A: The concept behind these kits was to offer a simple custom case option that was affordable while providing a standard platform for complementing several keyset colorways, PCB options and layout preferences.
Q: Why isn’t there a built-in angle?
A: I found there was a significant split between folks that want an angle, and those that do not. Allowing you to add your own cone feet seems like a happy medium.
Q: Should I get a both the diffuser and the floor plate?
A: You can choose to get both, or one or the other. The frame is compatible with either or both.
Q: I saw you were going to offer an angled acrylic portion. Is that still available?
A: I have not enjoyed the options that are being offered to me on that, so I’m going to investigate other avenues. Therefore, it will not be an option at this time.
Q: Can I use [insert switchplate] with this case?
A: This case kit has been designed to function with the majority of switchplates available on the market.
Q: Can I use [insert PCB] with this case?
A: This case kit has been designed to function with the majority of PCBs available on the market.
Q: Does the PCB support ISO?
A: Yes, it’s a ORG60 (a GH60 clone). The link to the PCB itself is here.
Q: Why isn't there an option for a 6.25u spacebar stab?
A: I figured you could get those anywhere, so I left out that option. If you'd like to get a 6.25u spacebar stab, please message me and I'll update your order.
Q: If the PCB supports a top layer arrow cluster, why aren't you supporting that layout in the switchplate?
A: I find getting switchplates produced in that design seems to cause problems when in transport. If that is a layout you'd prefer to use, there are several options for switchplates available. Here's a nice brass one!
Q: What does Campine mean?
A: It's a small chicken.