Yes, that calc is right. And they’re at 37K with 19 days left.
To provide some perspective relative to the Moonrim project -
TextBlade has 300+ unique parts, and cost us millions of dollars just to tool the many molded parts.
Without all of those parts in stock, we couldn’t have delivered any of the hundreds of production units already shipped to customers and in field use for validation.
So that’s a kind of binary test - Missing even one part, ship zero. Got all parts, can ship.
(By comparison, a Tesla Model 3 has 10,000 unique parts, and cost billions to tool)
And the software for each project - TextBlade or Model 3, cost a lot more investment than the mechanical tools.
So even Moonrim’s modest rearrangement of legacy Cherry standard keyswitch parts, will end up with tooling costs far more than the 200K.
Making any good quality widget is expensive and hard.
Making nextgen technology, with all-new tooled parts, is on a different planet.