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    Hello everyone I come from China Beijing

    In Beijing and China a lot of people enjoy the flight simulator, and so many people really want to make a real cockpit for flight simulator,but in our country it is so difficult to buy anything(include software and hardware),so I found this site,I am really happy,I can learn so many things about cockpits.

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    You're very welcome Klause, feel free to ask questions, we will do our best to get your answers fast

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    greetings

    hello captain,
    it doesn't matter where in the world you are, the enjoyment of building your own cockpit will still be the same.
    i'm surprised that given the industrial capability of china, that somebody hasn't started to manufacture cockpit parts. but i'm sure it will come.
    welcome to MC.org and good luck in your ambition to build.
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    Thanks to all of you and your helps.In china there is also so many friends enjoy the flight simulator.I think I should intruduce this forum and this website to our friends in china,I trust under your helps I will complete my first glasscockpit for my flight simulator in the future,thanks a lot again.

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    Klause, welcome aboard.

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