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    Hello, another new member

    Hello,

    my name is Guenter and i am from Germany.
    I am building on a Dassault Falcon50 Simulator with analog Gauges.
    My project ist about 4 Years old and the main Instruments are running with RC servos inside.
    At first a small pic of my Sim. The most parts, including the panel (Falcon50) and the Seats (Gulfstream) are Original.


    Many Greetings!!

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    Nicely done Guenter.

    If you need any info on the 50, let me know. I happen to have access to one *wink* Great to see you here, I hope you enjoy your stay.

    Please post some more pictures, and I hope to see you again soon.

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    Hi Guenter, Yeah, Welcome, Welcome, Welcome I agree with Trevor, post some pictures, love to see your project.

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    That looks really good Guenter.

    What sort of HSI's are you using and where did you get them?

    If you built it, I would be very interested in the plans.
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    Wow, that is a very VERY impressive project there. I am glad to see that you are seemingly building an aircraft with analogue gauges like you have- it must be terribly fun to fly!

    More pictures please!
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    Thanks!!

    Hello to all,

    thanks for the very friendly Welcome !!!!

    Building a Sim with analog Instruments is a great Challenge. I start with an B737 -300 Sim before i got the Panel of the Dassault Falcon 50.

    In Germany it is very difficult to get Informations about an Aircraft like the Falcon. I happy that I found this forum and i hope i can help other builders.

    The next time I will post actually pics of my Sim and give you more Informations about the Gauges. (HSI,for ex. is very difficult).

    Many thanks !!!!

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    I didn't figure the HSI would be a walk in the park because of the many functions and moving parts in the instrument.

    I'd be willing to give a try at building one though as it seems to be my only hope of ever having a working model.

    I look forward to reading the information on your guages. I'm in need of quite a few myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    That looks really good Guenter.

    What sort of HSI's are you using and where did you get them?

    If you built it, I would be very interested in the plans.
    Hi Mike, I believe www.SGSim.com are planning to build an HSI, check out their site...

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    I contacted them earlier in the week when the company name came up in another thread. No response so far.

    I've also e-mailed the other two big steam guage companies with no replies from them either.

    I have absolutely no hopes of anyone ever building an HSI for a home sim.

    I don't have enough of a mechanical background to design one myself.
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