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K7SU KEYS

In my spare time I make CW keys.  

The "Titan" 

"Titan"

Approx 9 3/4L x 2 1/2H x 3 W.  The underside of the key has a clear acrylic plate with gripping rubber feet.
The key features a brass plate with the call sign and the serial number has gold highlight line on top of base.  This straight key do not use a spring...it uses a neodymium magnet that can be adjusted just like a spring by adjusting the space between the magnets.  One magnet is housed in the screw-adjustable housing at the rear of the key beam and the other magnet is housed just below the surface of the wooden base.  The brass is polished to a near mirror finish.

 

The "Titan Camelback"

Polished Brass Titan Camelback
Approx 9 3/4L x 2 3/4H x 3W.  The underside of the key has a clear acrylic plate with gripping rubber feet.  This key does not use a spring...it uses a neodymium magnet that can be adjusted just like a spring by adjusting the space between the magnets.  One magnet is housed in the screw-adjustable housing at the rear of the key beam and the other magnet is housed just below the surface of the wooden base.  The brass is polished to a near mirror finish.  The key has a brass plate for the call sign and the serial number.


The underside a clear acrylic base cover attached with six screws.  There are three non-slip adhesive-attached feet.  A #12 wire is used to complete the connections. 

*  I make these completely by hand.
*  ALL brass parts are C360 brass. 
*  Base and knob made of African Padauk hardwood and worked to a smooth finish. (Except the walnut base key)
*  NO SPRING!  Adjustable tension with NEODYMIUM MAGNETS!
*  I use genuine silver contacts.  (NOT plated!) 
*  No Bearings...Adjustable trunions like the classic J-38 style vintage keys.
*  Grooved underbase with clear plastic plate.
*  Soft plastic feet to reduce slipping.
*  Laser-engraved brass plate with call sign and serial number.
*  Extremely smooth operation.

Click HERE for a short video about the TITAN key.
Click HERE for a 30 minute video showing the Titan Key being made.

You can email me - Kelly @ k7su.com


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For more information email   kelly @ K7SU.com

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