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    Red face CAD Files

    Hi,

    I've been looking around and do some planning. as I'm posting this, my Overhead components are on the way.
    But, I don't know this is the good place to post it. I'm currently creating some CAD (DWG files) for the rear deck. I can only produce 2D designs the program isn't capable of 3D). Ok, I know in advance they aren't in full detail, but I'm trying to improve them progressively.
    I someone already has some files, maybe share them? It only a question here.

    Please feel free to have a look on my site and send me comments to improve the designs.

    Maybe, once they are enough documented, I can place them also on the forum.

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    Hi geert,

    I'm currently selling a set of professional A1 cad drawings @ pretty much 1:1 scale. Details fully the pedstal, mip, and overhead of the B737.

    Take a look at the link on the forum:

    http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/showthread.php?t=15042

    Kind Regards...
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    Hi Geremy,

    I'm trying to design the shell (currently the rear deck, since I'm not yet sure to go for a custom front deck or the one of FDS).

    The OVH, PEDESTAL, MIP etc... come from FDS. So, those measurements you won't find on my site.
    It is purely SHELL based.

    Maybe You have something there...

    Thanks for the reply,
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    The MIP, overhead and pedstal autocad files can be downloaded here http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...do=file&id=187

    Just a suggestion, save your autocad files as autocad 2000/LT2000 then more users can benefit from your drawings. The drawings you have created are basic 2D drawings so nothing will be lost by saving them to an earlier version.

    Thanks for sharing.
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