SB-147

A 147-key 3d printed keyboard, along with custom profile keycaps.
License: No License

GH80-3000

GH80-3000 is intended to be a replacement PCB of the Cherry Corp.
License: CC BY 3.0

Boston

Compact battleship with a complement of 18 programmable keys, in a footprint 2u narrower than a full-size, and only about 1.5u wider than a 96%.
License: No License

Bevi

Inspired by Vortex Vibe and Wyvern, so here is Vibe Southpaw.
License: GPL v3

Entropy

A 96% Southpaw keyboard, with split space and encoder support.
License

HacKeyboard

Using SMK Alps Mount switches and Alps compatible keycaps. Features: internal keylogger, macro recording, internal USB Hub 2.0, internal flash drive, customizable LED colors, customizable LED effects.
License: No License

XMMX TKL

Tenkeyless PCB designed to work with MX compatible switches as well as ALPS SKCL/SKCM and their clones. Fit the Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid (not the Rapid-i) and the Filco Majestouch 2 TKL cases and some other commercial TKL cases.
License: CC BY 3.0

Mysterium

TKL keyboard that can be entirely assembled using only through hole components, including usb type c.
License: GPL v3

Env-KB

A custom mechanical keyboard inspired by the CFTKB Mysterium.
License: GPL v3

Yurei

Tenkeyless PCB inspired by Phantom, for customizing Filco Majestouch 2.
License: MIT

System76 Launch

System76 Launch Configurable Keyboard with open source mechanical and electrical design, open source firmware and associated software, and a large number of user configuration opportunities.
License: GPL v3

00Key

Custom 75% Keyboard with through hole components.
License: GPL v3

Toad

70% with space between F-row and number row.
License: CC BY-SA 3.0

Toad V2

Toad with support for MX and Alps switch.
License: CC BY-SA 3.0

Lagom

65% keyboard assembled with only through hole components, supports pro micro, rotary encoders and an OLED screen.
License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Discipline

65% keyboard assembled with only through hole components, including usb type-c.
License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Pheromone

63-key keyboard supports slide potentiometer, rotary encoder and oled screen.
License: No License

GH60

The most popular 60% keyboard pcb.
License: No License

Tartan

60% keyboard made by through hole components only.
License: No License

Plain60-C

This universal 60% PCB is designed to support as little layouts as possible without limiting usability for most users.
License: CC BY-SA 4.0

TMK Alps 64

Poker X compatible 60% size PCB supports various Alps switch keyboard layouts like AEK, Omnikey, Dell, V60MTS and Infinity.
License: No License

Lot60-BLE

60% BLE keyboard using nRF51822 as the main controller, CH554 as the USB chip.
License: CC BY-SA 4.0

QOL56

56-key mechanical keyboard for Oyayubi-shift Japanese input.
License: No License

Litl

40% keyboard assembled with only through hole components, supports pro micro, rotary encoders and an OLED screen.
License: CC BY-NC 4.0

SteamVan

MiniVan-compatible PCB based on an STM32MCU.
License: CC BY-SA 4.0

Tanuki

40% keyboard that uses a split spacebar design to comfortably switch between layers.
License: MIT

pain27

Completely and utterly unusable qwerty keyboard with all the letters of the english alphabet, a spacebar, and nothing else.
License: CC0-1.0

Alpha

A 28-key semi-ortholinear mechanical keyboard.
License: MIT

Unix60

A 60% hhkb-layout keyboard designed by mkdl FR4Boards
License: GPL v3

Southpaw75

A southpaw-style layout designed by Kelvin Hall of FR4Boards
License: GPL v3

RGB TKL

[THIS HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED YET]
TKL keyboard with RGB on each button.
License: GPL v3

TS65

[THIS HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED YET]
The Split 65% Keyboard.
License: No License

BLU60

[THIS HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED YET]
Bluetooth 60% keyboard.
License: No License

Nyan Keys 60

FPGA based with a per key input core - 60% - USB 2.0 HighSpeed - 8000hz Polling HID - ~260┬ÁS latency end to end - NKRO - NyanOS - Board Files License: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 - Fimware & Schematics License