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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    That is exactly where they came from. Would have given them credit had I remembered where they were from originally.

    Many thanks for the gauges Alex!
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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    Thanks for the gauge JPG's as well.

    In case you are looking for others there is this PDF the FAA put out called the Instrument Flying Handbook that had some gauges in it too. As well Wikipedia has some too. This is the best of the lot though (public domain BTW)



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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    You will just need to remove the pointer!
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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    Hi new to the forum and not sure if I'm writing the right box here?

    Can you also send me the drawing as a CAD file?

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    I found a Cessna 172 full panel on line in Autocad format. Had it changed into a 1:1 size pdf that can be taken to a printer to make a full scale paper template, and thought I would share it with the community. Cost me about $7 USD to print it, a few ducats for some spray on adhesive and a sheet of MDF, and my panel is well on it's way.

    Hope someone else can get some use from this.

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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    Check the download section. It has been posted there. Hope it helps your project!
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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    Nice PDF. I'm doing a Mooney Bravo but I'll keep the PDF just in case. I was looking for gauge pictures some time ago when I had planned on creating my own (I'm using a monitor for my gauges). I ran across this site that has some very nice strait on, full size photos of the six pack plus some. May be of use to some of you.
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    Are the gauge drawings you're using for physical gauges or displayed gauges?
    Here's a couple I made before I broke down and bought the RealityXP T and N gauge sets.
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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    Thanks for the link. I am still trying to decide whether to go mechanical gauges or projected. In the meantime, I am anxious to fill in the blanks in my instrument panel, so I am going to print out gauges and use them as dummies, so my panel looks better. Everything but the occasional flight has been put on hold though until after Little League season. 2 kids with 2-3 practices or games a week are killing my building time right now.
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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    I did a quick look for Mooney Bravo pubs. From their website you can buy a Jumpdrive (USB Stick) with all their data on it (Parts Cat and POH) for the model you are building. The parts cat would be a great help. I don't know about the price of the jump drive?

    You could jump in the Mooney (FSX or alternate designer) and take screen caps. Then resize them to the correct size using a gauge as a ruler (Standard Large Gauge is 79mm). I would suggest doing that in Virtual Cockpit as you can move about and so long as you're looking forward it's 2D.
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    Re: Cessna 172 1:1 Panel Drawing

    Thanks for the posting ... I'm attempting to make sense of glass cockpit layouts and I needed a panel template.

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    No worries Mark, hope it is helpful.

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