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    Smile New Member

    Hello all flightsimulator enthusiasts!

    My name is Per Alm and Im working on a Learjet 45 flightdeck with two friends of mine. We started to plan the project 1 year ago and initially we intended to build a Boeing 737NG flightdeck. However we migrated over to the Learjet 45 for several reasons. Initially we also intended to buy all hardware from cpflight, flyengravity, flightdeck solutions etc, etc but realized soon that its really fun and challenging to make our own equipment, very much inspired by "mikesflightdeck".

    Please visit us at www.learsim.com

    As you can see from the pics on our site we gave ourselves some "artistic freedom". We use a separate EICAS display in the centre of the main panel which is not found in the original flightdeck. However I think you can say that theres a lot Bombardier feel to the panel. Its a lot of work to be done still but we hope we well have our first take off 3rd or 4th quarter this year.

    Its really nice to be here on the forum for the first time.

    Best Regards

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    Hi, great to see another "member of madess" as they say. Quite a change from the 737 however there are lear builders on here and i'm sure some will jump in here soon and introduce themselves.

    BTW: Is that outer shell made from paper or is it me?

    Welcome aboard from me!
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    Welcome guys and Very nice project! Would like to know more about your project, like what are you using for an interface? How are you making your panels and annunciators? Just little things that most of us pit builders are interested in.....
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    the outer shell

    The outer shell of the cockpit scale modell is made of paper yes. Ive built some scale model during this project for us just to figure out dimensions and measurements. Its been quite useful for actually!

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    Welcome aboard, glad to See another Lear builder. We like variety

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    Welcome!

    It's good to see another Lear builder here. We need all the help we can get!

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    Welcome!

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    thanks
    feels good to be here you are all very kind

    Per Alm

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    Tjenare

    Welcome here.

    Your project sure looks good. Looking forward to see more pictures as you progress

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    Hi again- nice to see your over here at MC.org. Hopefully our emails were helpful to you.

    Take care and let me know if you have any questions!
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