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TTRPG Box

So you got your new Mad Noodle Keypad and don't know where to start? 

Step 1:

Assemble Your Keypad 

Follow the guide, to attach your baseplate and keyplates with the included hardware kit.

Customization Options

Step 2:

Choose Your Firmware Option

 

Easy: Vial (BETA)

For new users or users looking for an overall simpler and quicker programming experience, Vial is simple desktop software for remapping your keypad via an easy-to-use GUI.

Select the "Vial" Button below and follow the guide for installation.

Advanced: QMK

For users who are familiar with, or are looking to learn QMK

 

Select the "QMK" button below and follow the guide on our Github to get started. 

Main Wood Options:

Walnut

Price Modifier:

+$20

Black walnut wood is dark, hard, dense and tight-grained. It's prized by woodworkers for its strength, grain and color

Walnut 1.jpg
Walnut 2.jpg

Purple Heart

Price Modifier:

+$20

Purple Heart is prized for its unusual hue, which starts off as a medium brown color with faint purple accents, but deepens to an intense eggplant purple over time.

Purple Heart.jpg
Purple Heart 2.jpg

Birds Eye Maple

Price Modifier:

+$20

Bird's eye is a type of figureing that occurs within maple. It has a distinctive pattern that resembles tiny, swirling eyes disrupting the smooth lines of grain

Birdseye maple 1.jpg
Maple-Birds-Eye.jpg

Curly Maple

Price Modifier:

+$20

Curly Maple is Maple wood with a unique wavy or curly pattern in the grain. The ripples in the grain pattern create a three dimensional effect that looks like the wood has curled along the length.

curly Maple 2.jpg
Birdseye maple 1.jpg

Wenge

Price Modifier:

+$20

Wenge is a dark brown exotic wood, sometimes with lighter streaks or even alternating dark and light stripes. It is a heavy tropical wood, hard and resistant.

wenge 1.jpg
wenge 2.jpg

Padauk

Price Modifier:

+$20

Padauk has a very unique reddish orange coloration, and the wood is sometimes referred to by the name Vermillion. It's moderately heavy, strong, and stiff, with exceptional stability

Padauk 1.jpg
Padauk 2.jpg

Zebra Wood

Price Modifier:

+$20

Zebrawood is a golden-yellow with narrow veining or streaks of dark brown to black which gives quartered surfaces a zebra-stripe appearance.

Zebra Wood.jpg
Zebra Wood.jpg

Spalted Tamarind 

Price Modifier:

+$20

Spalted Tamarind comes from logs found on the forest floor and then allowed to spalt in the jungle’s very damp, warm conditions. The various line patterns are truly unique from one piece to another.

Spalted Tamarind 2.jpg
Spalted Tamarind 1.jpg

Patagonian Rosewood

Price Modifier:

+$20

Not a “true” Rosewood of the Dalbergia genus, this species is very dense and still gorgeous to look at.  The reddish, brown heartwood with darker streaks running through it show some beautiful grain patterns.

Rosewood - Patagonia.jpg
Rosewood - Patagonia 2.jpg

East Indian Rosewood

Price Modifier:

+$20

Prized for its use in custom pool cues and furniture. The color varies from golden brown to dark purple brown, with a unique striped figure. It is hard and dense, with a coarse texture and good stability.

Rosewood - East Indian 1.jpg
Rosewood - East Indian 2.jpg

Inlay Veneer Panel Options:

Walnut

Price Modifier:

+$20

Black walnut wood is dark, hard, dense and tight-grained. It's prized by woodworkers for its strength, grain and color

Walnut 1.jpg
Walnut 2.jpg

Purple Heart

Price Modifier:

+$20

Purple Heart is prized for its unusual hue, which starts off as a medium brown color with faint purple accents, but deepens to an intense eggplant purple over time.

Purple Heart.jpg
Purple Heart 2.jpg

Birds Eye Maple

Price Modifier:

+$20

Bird's eye is a type of figureing that occurs within maple. It has a distinctive pattern that resembles tiny, swirling eyes disrupting the smooth lines of grain

Maple-Birds-Eye.jpg
Birdseye maple 1.jpg

Maple Burl

Price Modifier:

+$20

Maple burl is a growth on the big leaf maple tree. It has a uniform color with dramatic figure representing large eyes.

Maple Burl.jpg
Maple Burl.jpg

Walnut Burl

Price Modifier:

+$20

Burled walnut is walnut wood that has a distinctive swirly appearance. It's extremely popular for furniture and instruments.

Walnut Burl.jpg
Walnut Burl.jpg

Lacewood

Price Modifier:

+$20

Lacewood has a very conspicuous flecking that gives this wood its namesake. The wood itself is a reddish brown with grey or light brown rays, which result in a lace pattern when quartersawn. 

Lacewood 2.jpg
Lacewood 1.jpg

Zebra Wood

Price Modifier:

+$20

Zebrawood is a golden-yellow with narrow veining or streaks of dark brown to black which gives quartered surfaces a zebra-stripe appearance.

Zebra Wood.jpg
Zebra Wood.jpg

Ash Burl

Price Modifier:

+$20

Ash burl wood veneer color ranges from a creamy, or even pale, tan to a dark brown. Has a coarse, even texture. White Ash burl is very decorative.

Ashburl.jpg
Ashburl.jpg

Rosewood

Price Modifier:

+$20

Not a “true” Rosewood of the Dalbergia genus, this species is very dense and still gorgeous to look at.  The reddish, brown heartwood with darker streaks running through it show some beautiful grain patterns.

Rosewood.jpg
Rosewood.jpg

Red Wood Burl

Price Modifier:

+$20

Prized for its use in custom pool cues and furniture. The color varies from golden brown to dark purple brown, with a unique striped figure. It is hard and dense, with a coarse texture and good stability.

Redwood burl.jpg
Redwood burl.jpg

Mappa Burl

Price Modifier:

+$20

Black walnut wood is dark, hard, dense and tight-grained. It's prized by woodworkers for its strength, grain and color

Mappa burl.jpg
Mappa burl.jpg