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    Hello from Poland

    Hello friends.
    I'm not new here but it time to introduce myself.
    My name is Marek, I'm from southern Poland (close to Czech Republic and Slovakia) and building 737NG cockpit.
    I'm 32, network admin in real life
    I'm also moderator of polish cockpit building forum http://www.vatsim.home.pl/viewforum.php?f=68
    I was starting in 2005 from building own Switch panel for lights, engine start for my PMDG.
    Finaly this panel found place on right side of second EICAS


    Then I'v made some parts like FMC base, and bought FMC and MCP sets from symulatory.com.
    So my first cockpit look like this:


    All the time I'm using FSBUS classic electronic, with some modification made by my friend.

    At this time one of my friend from Warszawa (who made first cockpit in Poland) ask me about help with making of functional OVHD. He bought Set from symulatory.com and I made for him all cable work
    It was looking similar to this one.

    His cockpit was sold here in parts last year.

    At this stage I decided to make small panel for Radio and Autopilot for GA flying.
    Now I'm trying to sell it here
    http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/showthread.php?t=14753

    In late 2006 I recived parts for MIP and started assembling, and cable work.


    In 2007 I install main EICAS and replaced EFIS for new model...


    Home made knobs!!!

    Just resin
    And landing gear

    Last year I changed knobs in EFIS, made backlight for EFIS and MCP:

    I'v recived old TQ for renovation, so it will be next part of my 737.

    Last Year building goes very slow, but I'v made my PPL(A) licence
    From time to time some of my friends changing something in cockpit, so I'm seling used parts, home made, or symulatory.com products.

    Regards Marek

    PS. Here is some photos of other Polish cockpit:



    This one from Kielce


    http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=SqJ_9y...y_videos_edit2

    Another from Warszawa

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    czes

    i have been in Poland... in 93 or 94.... beautiful country!

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    Welcome, looking good




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    In memory of Flt Lt Tony Hill who, on 5 December 1941, at the request of Doctor R V Jones, successfully photographed a small "Würzburg radar" at Bruneval on the French coast. This from a height of only 200 ft, at high speed, under fire and from a camera mounted obliquely behind the cockpit.

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    Very nice Marek, and good to see another talented builder here. I Look forward to learning from your experience also.

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    That's nice work Marek, looks really good.

    Your english is excellent.
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    Hi Marek,

    Good to see you back on here and have left the 'little' plane behind and are back on the NG!

    When are you coming to the UK again - I still need to buy you a beer!?

    Cheers
    Mike

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