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    Hello guys

    Hello friends of cockpit building,

    my name is Robert and I want to introduce myself here.
    I found this forum in my "favourites" toolbar, maybe I saved the link as I searched for informations around my 737 projects.

    Since 2003 I am a cockpitbuilder, started with FSBUS and AGT panels to build up my own 737 cockpit. First I just wanted to create some advanced hardware for my desktop, I am flying since my 13th Birthday on Flightsimulator.

    My cockpit:











    But as I saw how complicate the interface systems at this time were, I decided to build a whole double seat cockpit.

    I continued working and build up connections to several cockpit-building-part-sellers and start working for their projects. 2007 I started to work as a professional cockpit builder/technical engeneed of EVS-Flighttraining (www.evs-flighttraining.de) with their 737 Simulator.

    Cockpit of EVS-Flighttraining:





    One year after I offered my help as "self-employed" cockpit builder next to my school-education (A-level) and worked on 3 homecockpits since this time.
    2008 I finished my first single-seat 737 simulator for a customer, which I build fully alone without the coordination of one of the big established part-sellers.

    Single Seat Trainer:









    Next to my work as cockpit builder and student I am very dedicated member of IVAO (ivao.aero), one of the big networks in online flying and a real life sport-pilot.

    I am going to finish my A-level next year and want to start studying aerospace technologys at the technical university Berlin. Maybe specialisation "flight simulation".

    After I finished academic studies a career as pilot with further duties (engineed, instructor, examiner) is planned.

    regards,

    Robert from Berlin / Germany.

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    Nice flight simulator!

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    WOW!!!! Robert.... Excellent and beautiful pics. Thanks for sharing and welcome aboard glad you can join in on our madness

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    Welcome aboard Robert,

    I hope you enjoy your time at MC.org and We look forward to seeing your pics!

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    Very nice work! I mean really great.

    Welcome to the hangar. Hope to see more photos from your work.
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    Re: Hello guys

    Is the mip homebuild?

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    Re: Hello guys

    It looks like from a vendor, otherwise I really am still more impressed

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    Re: Hello guys

    Hi,

    sorry for the delay but anyhow my answer hasn't been published yet.
    Which MIP do you mean? The one of my private cockpit is totally home-made. Here are some pictures:



    This was one of my first MIP's I've build as 14 years aged guy. After I got some impressions also by the MIP made from a professional vendor like at the pictures you see on the initial post of this topic, my "skills" increased (I guess so ...). This is a picture of a MIP I build with 18 years for a Boeing 737 Single Seat Simulator:







    With build I have to clarify that the panels and instruments are made by professional vendors, I build the rack and the glareshield (and so on) and assembled all. Unfortunately I have no milling mashine, flow jet or laser which allows me to produce panels in such a professional way as you can buy them nowadays in many shops all over the world. When I started homecockpit-building in 2003 there were only a few shops offering plexiglass panels which were engraved on the rear sides grey acrylic layer. And now we have shops which offer panels in such a excellent quality that even experts can not see the difference between original and replica... (Just the engraved S/Ns are missing).

    best regards from currently sunny and warm Berlin/Germany

    Robert

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    Re: Hello guys

    Hello guys

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