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    Wink Some measurements needed please!!

    Hi.

    does anyone know the angle between the 2 front windows (captain's and FO's) and if there is the same angle in for the uppper side of the glareshield?

    I want to make first the 2 front window frames, connect them together and place them in front my glare.

    Please check the attached pics to see what i'm looking for.

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    Hi Eddie,

    Im gonna help you out, but only tomorrow ( its 9 pm in portugal and i dont have the elements here that i need), at least the best way i can, ill put the drawing you posted in autocad (which i have at the office) and ill draw the vectors in order to know the angle... this wont be 100% exact, but, if your drawing is correct, it will be pretty close

    Talk to you tomorrow, take care

    Alex

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    Thanks a lot Alex

    Eddie

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    Hint: exterior angles are supplementary to the corresponding interior angle.

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    I measure 23 from the above drawing on the right.
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    First attachment 123 , second one 134 (given or taken..)

    hope this helps

    cheers Eddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolmanak View Post
    Hint: exterior angles are supplementary to the corresponding interior angle.
    Yes, but we don't have the exteriors !!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Carter View Post
    I measure 23 from the above drawing on the right.
    I'm not sure if these drawings are 100% scale of the original
    We need an answer from someone owns a real 737 Shell, or has bought a ready one as product

    These drawings i found them in old MarkusPilot site and other similar sites

    thanks all

    Eddie

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    A real one would be better. We don't really know if even an aftermarket shell is 100% correct.
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    I'd ask an active 737 pilot that I know here (some of you met him in Lelystad) but I gather it'll be difficult for him to get measurements pre-flight. So let's hope someone that owns a real life 737 nose which is no longer attached to the plane can help out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Carter View Post
    A real one would be better. We don't really know if even an aftermarket shell is 100% correct.
    Anyone using a real cockpit's glareshield ?

    Eddie

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