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    Now there's a clock

    I just added some photo's to my album (http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/useralbums.php).

    Wanted to let you see the chronometer from Sismo Soluciones which in my opinion is a good alternative to the different clocks there are on the market. This one stands alone, without the need of all kinds of IO cards, looks good, has all the functions needed and is reasonably priced. OK it doesn't synchronise with FS but if flying on line you have UTC anyway (and if you want to you can switch to manual time).

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    Re: Now there's a clock

    JWS,

    Check your link, this just goes to the galleries... Would like to see your pics.

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    Re: Now there's a clock

    Hello JWS !

    Looks very good !!

    I have a question regarding your "Glare Wing assembly"

    The curved panel is that plywood 3 mm ?

    Did you prepare it in anyway...heat? steam?... before you bend it ?


    Best regards

    Bjarne Horsbøl

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    Re: Now there's a clock

    Hi Bjarne,

    no it is 1.5 mm plywood. No steam or so, just good glue and lots of clamps. As long as the piece of wood is not too wide it can bend a lot and make sure you have enough ribs to glue on.

    JWS

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    Re: Now there's a clock

    Great job. Just wondering if you can post the site where the chronometer is availible.
    Regards.................Brian W.

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    Re: Now there's a clock

    Brian,

    This is the site http://www.737ngsim.com/

    They have 2 versions, silver and gold (I bought the gold one).

    JWS

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