Thread: My first post at the site!
10-25-2007, 10:49 AM #1
My first post at the site!
I am as of today registered here at the coolest site on the web!
I am planning to build a 737-800 cockpi for my sim. I have only studied and read about it for week, but thanx too people like you guys I have learned VERY much!
I am very very excited over getting started on my project and look forward to talking to you all!
I have a tendency to ask tooo many questions, so bear with me ok?
And since I have lived in Sweden for a long time my spelling can sometimes suck =)
10-25-2007, 11:31 AM #2
Liam, welcome to MC.org, and to the world of building a home flight sim!
Keep us all posted on your progress, and dont forget that tons of stuff can be found by using the search feature here.
Glad to see you over here too,
10-25-2007, 11:34 AM #3
haha thanx Tomlin
Well if there is a new site for sim building Iīll be darned if Im not there =)
yes the search engine both here and at FDS are great! Really helps to gain info.
I love to read the threads in the forums as well, I have learned so much from these and from you guys!
10-25-2007, 11:55 AM #4
- Join Date
- Sep 2007
- united kingdom
the forum at fds is a gold mine. far superior to this one. the products are better than anything else aswell. keep at it bro!!
10-25-2007, 01:13 PM #5
Yeah I love FDS and Flyengravity so far
10-25-2007, 01:18 PM #6
What is so great about the MC.org forums is that there are several well-seasoned builders here who monitor the forum for almost 24 hours a day, and so you will rarely go more than a day or so without SOME answer to a question, unless it's totally weird or no one honestly knows where to steer you. That, along with a very generous array of forum options such as photos and file storeage, make MC.org the number 1 site I visit, next to my email account.
Welcome Liam, and Im glad you are learning so much so quickly!
10-26-2007, 06:24 AM #7
At FDS forum I wouldnīt indorse any other companies products other than FDSīs products. Would be like having a pepsi in the snackroom at the coca cola company
But I can imagine that most builders do purchase materials and hardware from the different manufacturers? The compatition is what keeps the good products coming for us
10-26-2007, 08:50 AM #8
Liam, welcome aboard, world (and I mean "World") of information here and lot's of fellow builders to help.
I look forward to seeing your project come together, as you can tell, we LOVE photos
10-26-2007, 09:58 AM #9
Yes as soon as i get started i will post some pics once and a while
How ever I am a musician in a non signed band so my funding is...hmm well meager haha...
But I am getting my monster pc in about a month and that is step one.
i am unsure of what step 2 should be though? Maybe a MIP? or even the PM software?
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