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    Hello from the French Riviera!

    Hi all,

    I'm an English guy living and working in the S. of France.

    I'm building a B737NG cockpit - all plywood and no engineering knowledge, so it's a bit rough, but I don't think I'll notice when I'm trying to catch the localiser!

    I'm currently looking into the area of multiple monitors, hence arriving here vai a push from a guy on the Avsim forums.

    I am guessing I need to post in a more tehnically orientated thread - I'll have a look and see what's the go.

    Cheers all,

    Roger.

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    Hi Roger,
    Welcome to my cockpit!

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    Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

    Again welcome to MyCockpit.org

    Plenty of NG builders in here, your in the right place!

    Welcome..

    Alex

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    Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

    Lovelly, another B737NG Guy with us. Theres planty of us so another one won't harm. Welcome to the team, i'm sure you'll benefit greatly from all the information out people have to offer here.

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    Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

    Thanks all!

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    Re: Hello from the French Riviera!

    Hey there Roger, welcome to the Forums,

    Hope you can get some building tips from everyone in here. First place to look is
    737ng.co.uk, Ian has probaly one of the most informative sites out there right now. Get yourself some FSUIPC from Peter and dont forget Leo's Joystick cards. As far as build techniques go, try to source some MDF as is a lot more forgiving than plywood.....

    Anytime I can help, please drop a email. Oh and can you do something about the EuroStar for us as well, maybe some new anti-condensation wiring
    Harry

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