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30 new pictures: secrets of my B737 flightdeck
Hello to all,
I joined the club two days ago because I like the knowledge and ideas on this website. To give something back, I uploaded the first 30 pictures of my 737 flightdeck. Different stages of building with a lot of details of how I did it.
You can find the pictures in the photogallery: members, pdg_737, building a 737 filghtdeck.
Hope you like the pictures and that they inspire you.
You want to see the flightdeck fly? See the video section. EHAM-LFPG, part 1 to part 3. Enjoy!
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stunning =) looks great. I am sure alot of questions will be asked about the floor structure and the rudder pedals. Keep the videos comming. Enjoyed them very much.
Hope to see alot more
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What CNC machine do you have? Did you buy it or build it? I am in the process of building one.
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One of the things I found interesting is your metal work, and especially the CRTs used for displays. Very nice looking project.
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They are great videos and a fantastic looking sim mate, truely a simulator to aspire to.
I'm secretly jealous and hope that one day my sim will be as realistic as your
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Great looking sim and very nice engineering of the controls.
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Thanks for the pictures! always nice to have some detailed pictures nearby...
Cant wait to fly your sim again!
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thanks for your comments
Thank you all for your comments! It encourages me to put some more pictures in my album next days.
Mike, you're welcome to shoot another video.
And Grant, the cnc I use comes from germany. I did'nt build it myself.
It's called a " cut 2000". Look at www.team-haase.de
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