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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Olieman View Post
    WOW!!! I've got lot's of questions..... I've got a feeling I'll have to wait?

    Matt Olieman


    No problem to ask questions, i might not be able/want to answer some of them though....

    Too bad you couldnt find time to visit us


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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

    I guess batteries are included with this one LOL

    and


    Quote Originally Posted by Kennair View Post
    Obvioulsy that "cockpit" on top is only for testing purposes cause that is one awesome beast for a single seat sim.

    Batteries are NOT included

    And ken is correct. Pictures where shot during the performance test at the facilities of the manufacturer before it gets shipped to us.

    Structure on top is indeed for testing only.

    No batteries included but it will come with one of these:
    Well, not looking like this, but finished ofcourse
    Cockpit section, cabin behind for instructors station. 4 seats total.
    A real sweatbox








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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

    Hi Stef,
    Yes we do sell all sorts of actuators,hydraulic/airdriven, electric std up to 4000Kn if needed we can go even higher but with a different pricetag offcourse
    I`m working as a planner/purchaser/mechanic ,
    and we are designing and constructing special winches and capstans for international mining/offshore and other industries.
    A lot of flushgates in England has our winches fitted also RR is using our winches for R&D.
    One off our sistercompanies Elsto-controlls is selling all sorts of components Motors Gearboxes and so on.
    Therefore I`m planning to make a platform myself as soon as I have my Cessna cockpit up and running.
    Only then I know what kind off forces and weights I`m working with, and can I start with the calculations (or trial and error )on gears ,motors and actuators.
    It will be a platform designed for 220volt one phased electricmotor driven aluminium columactuators .
    or in other words normal Dutch house current.
    The platform itself is no rocketscience and one of our engineers has already promised me to come up with the drawings.
    But enough advertising.
    I`m very interested to see yours up and running
    greetz Henk

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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

    Hi stef, I was at LHS Aalsmeerderbrug last weekend, and looked at the flightsim(B737),
    They have mounted a window and a windowrim is that yours?,
    or from another shop
    greetz

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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by kermit View Post
    Hi stef, I was at LHS Aalsmeerderbrug last weekend, and looked at the flightsim(B737),
    They have mounted a window and a windowrim is that yours?,
    or from another shop
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    Re: We found ourselves a new toy :-)

    New product ?,
    its not listed at the website, is there a complete rimset prices on both?
    greetz

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