Replacement Keyboard Feet for Logitech K120 Keyboard

Quick to print replacement foot. Handy when you bust one off.

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EDIT: I recently thickened the foot, and by printing with PETG, have achieved a much more comfortable typing angle. Get the latest version.

Briefly: I don't know why, but I keep breaking these feet off the keyboard, so I designed a replacement. No sense throwing out an OK keyboard or typing flat because you broke a cheap part like this.

No improvements over stock, just a workalike.

Materials and methods

Update: Printed latest version with PETG, skirt adhesion only, 90% infill, .2mm layer height ("regular" fineness on my Cura settings).

The PETG will likely hold up better than the PLA, which deforms when held in stress over time. PETG is a little tougher (if flexible) and may be better in this role.

Much happier with the typing angle. Will re-edit if these feet deform over time.

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Originally printed with PLA, used a raft, buildplate support, 50% fill, printed fine with a .4mm nozzle. Handy to gang two of them, so you can replace both feet at once.

Works just about like the original - no noted differences.

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