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Basic prebuilt .hex files

Here are some basic example setups of our nano. slider with various applications, please be aware, these may be OS specific and might only work with the specified OS. Our .hex files are available for download here, we will be pushing some basic keymaps to the official QMK rep.

  • Adobe Photoshop MAC
  • Media Control MAC
  • Windows Media Control MAC

The basic .hex folder setup is available at this link below:


The basic standard .hex file is available at this link below:


The left top button acts as a Toggle to Layer 2, to control RGB lights, and the other keys act as numerical keys. The potentiometer gives out a MIDI signal.

How to flash your nano. device.

Our nano. devices use standard QMK firmware modified by us to fit the extra pin out of the ATMEGA32 processor which is occupied by the potentiometer. This guide is for any beginner who would like to learn about QMK and how to flash their keebwerk device.

First of all, you will require a few things to make this work.

  1. The folder (if planning to makefile (.hex) on your own) / .hex file
  2. QMK Toolbox (Mac)
  3. USB Cable
  4. nano. slider device (duh?)

(Skip if you already have .hex file)

The first step is to prepare your .hex file by using command console/ terminal/ whatever console editor you have on your system. For this to work you will require a few dependencies and libraries. We recommend you visit: https://docs.qmk.fm/#/ and install what you require to make QMK work on your computer.

After you believe everything is installed, you will have to make your .hex file from the folders that you have downloaded from our site (and possibly modified yourself)

To do this you will need to navigate in your terminal/console to the qmk folder (in our case it has landed in Downloads)

cd /Downloads/qmk-nanoslider

And after, you will want to create the .hex file by typing:

makefile nanoslider:default

The console will then show you the process of what it is doing to make the .hex file, you should see a success / OK! message at the end of it. Please make sure there are no errors in the process of creating the .hex.

Congratulations now you have made your own .hex file from a few random folders and files.