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    777 Project back in business!

    Hello everyone! I've been away for a while persuing education, career, etc. and have finally settled into a home suitable for a sim! I have revamped the web site (using Dot Net Nuke) and am almost done with the new sim room.

    I look forward to getting back in touch with everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rprather View Post
    Hello everyone! I've been away for a while persuing education, career, etc. and have finally settled into a home suitable for a sim! I have revamped the web site (using Dot Net Nuke) and am almost done with the new sim room.

    I look forward to getting back in touch with everyone!

    Robert Prather
    www.777Simulator.com
    OMG!!! Say it isn't so.. I think I have seen a ghost. LOL.

    Robert this is great news!!! Hope you have been keeping well. For those of you that don't know, Robert Prather is one of "THE PIONEERS" in sim building. along with the likes of Matt O, Matt Sheil, Peter Cos, Randy Eskow, Matt Ford, and of course James Price.

    It will be incredible to see your project take life again Robert,

    Welcome home!

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    That looks like a good sized Simulator room. Good to see the sim get off the ground again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QF6228 View Post
    That looks like a good sized Simulator room. Good to see the sim get off the ground again.

    Damien
    I'd say, And that had better be Grant OSB you are using on the floor too

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    Glad to see the 777 project is back on course.

    Still waiting for panels but finally their is light at the end of the tunnel.

    Plan up to picking up your Pro MDF. One of your users building the 777 say's it better for the lower ECIAS then PM.

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    Welcome back Robert, it has been a while since I've seen your sim.

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    I don't know you Robert but welcome back!

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    Been a long time Robert as always you do things go big or go home, that room looks a heck of alot bigger than the room you used to be in 5 years ago I still remember the day you got the seats when you were outside waitin for the truck lol , anyway welcome back.

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    Thank You!

    Thanks to all for the warm welcome! It is VERY nice to hear from everyone after such a long break!

    The room has been painted and textured, so I will add pics as soon as possible. As soon as I finish the floor, I will be able to start assembly. I am putting down laminate (faux wood) on top of sound proof under-lament. And fortunately this time the sim is in the attic, so I don't have to worry about any more floods!!

    The room has it's own power, so I don't have to worry about tripping breakers frequently. Lots of new changes based on mistakes I made in the past.

    Robert
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