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    Help understandin 737 autocad drawing please.

    I have been able to translate the autocad plans floating around into a workable building diagram. I am having trouble though understanding the measurements and angles between the top of the windshield to the back of the cockpit as it forms the top of the roof of the aircraft. If anyone familiar with this diagram and could provide me with those measurements I would really appreciate it.

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    Sorry to reply to my own topic but I found a drawing on the virtual 737 website which explains what I am looking for. It is the dimensions for the ceiling sections that support the over head panel that I am missing. If someone could provide me with those I would be all set.

    Thanks again.

    http://www.virtual737.com/main/viewtopic.php?t=5

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