At the meetup you have had the option of grabbing a CopenhagenClickPad-V1 This is a small Macro pad that you can use for loads of different stuff! Anything from writing sentences, to shutting down computer, Literately anything you can think (and program) you can do with this one 4 Macro pad.
(Please be aware that its ONLY the PCB)
#How to assemble#
Break the PCB over the scored line
Insert the Resistor
Solder int he resistor
Snip the extruding legs off the resistor
Insert the headers
Solder in the headers
Insert switch (And ignore horrible soldering job)
Solder in Switch
Solder in LED
Insert ProMicro so RAW lines up with RAW on the PCB
Solder in ProMicro
Screw together the remaining hardware
The hardware used for this is cheap and easily available online
I would suggest looking either at AliExpress or Ebay. Standoffs: M2 x 10mm
Screws: M2 x 5mm
ProMicro Micro USB
Resistor value depends on what LED you get.
Here comes the fun, or dreaded part of this whole experience. setting up the firmware. The easy, but limited way of setting this up is to use the online configuration tool called QMK Configuration and a local tool called QMK Toolbox.
Now QMK configurator only supports simple QMK commands. This means that macros tabdancing, or other advanced stuff needs to be configured through the hard method.
All you have to do is to configure the macropad is to choose Copenhagen_Click/Click_pad_v1 in the dropdown in the top left corner. then configure the key that you want to have it activate when you click the button, then press “compile” in the top left corner. After this, press Firmware at the bottom right hand corner, and your .HEX file will be downloaded.
After this you will need to set up QMK Toolbox. this takes a few steps.
If you are looking to use some more advanced features then you will have to use the local version of QMK. More information can be found here: