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    737ng Oxygen mask panel+++++

    Wanted badly

    737ng style oxygen mask panels. And also original lighting inside cockpit and accesssories attached in the sidewalls



    Please send PM if you have this item or use the e-mail attached in my profile.

    Will only buy from registered members at mycockpit or their trusted friends.

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    Ivar H.

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    Sounds like a challenge for Phil (phil744)!!!

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    Those are a lot nicer that those aboard the 727.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpl330 View Post
    Sounds like a challenge for Phil (phil744)!!!
    Have already involved Phil some time ago when I supplied him with measurements and photos for the map-light panels But the shape is the tricky part here. Should have a original panel first to make a mold or something Then Phil could use his magic hands and tools to make it right

    Would be a very nice item to have in the sim. Want to complete the sim as much as possible.

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    Hmmm...... Doesn't seem to be too hard to make a replica out of MDF, if you don't want to be able to yank the mask up, that is. A dummy would be relatively easy to make.

    As for the rest: I am really thinking about building a vacuuforming machine. You could do a lot with such a device...

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    Actually thanks for the photo Ivar. Just what the Doctor needed to be able to reproduce such a thing.

    Thanks a bunch...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vidarf View Post
    Hmmm...... Doesn't seem to be too hard to make a replica out of MDF, if you don't want to be able to yank the mask up, that is. A dummy would be relatively easy to make.

    As for the rest: I am really thinking about building a vacuuforming machine. You could do a lot with such a device...

    You sure could!
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    I hope you're thinking of making PARTS, not finding other "uses" for a vacuum table...

    There are two things I would like to be able to make:
    1. good instrument glasses, so the instrument glass is IN FRONT. Not behind the panel...
    2. The two air condition handles on both sides of the MIP. The handles is easy, but the thing they're fastened to...

    And of course there is items such as some lining parts, the eyebrows and so on...

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    I'd like to be able to make interior panels.

    Though I don't think I'd be too good at making molds for the vacu-forming process.
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    Hey Mike,
    You gonna start making interior moldings panels make some for my A340 lol Lord only knows Im no good at it

    Tim
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