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    F-111 Module build

    THen came the front and the rear walls
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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    The sides where contructed and covered in plywood and cut to suit shape . This took forever!

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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    After the sides had been secured, I constructed the upper dash area.

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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    Step one as seen on other thread. This started from the ground up. I have no idea why.

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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    Monitors that would be utilised for Instrumentation where contructed as displayed.

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    Re: F-111 Module build

    Will you building a canopy
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    Re: F-111 Module build

    Hi there,

    Yes in time, Ive been placing all my time into figuring out the display situation and networking the computers at this time to make sure they talk to each other correctly and I have no supprises down the track.

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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    As you can see the panels fitted into the dash area nicely and once connected to the computers the display came to life. After positioning the layout a little and making some sacrifices to reality and practicality, I started to install what I could.

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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    After getting the displays working I provided the right hand side a partition for the Radar/GPS viewer. I also found that I could have instruments displayed if I shared the aircarft with another computer. This being my laptop of all things. Still heaps of work to do.
    I am not happy with the layout of the instruments at all, and will try another avenue to figure this out.

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    Re: F-111 Module build

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    Now I have dual yoke with working buttons either side. Still not able to get newly constructed Panel to display.All I get is virtual panel only otherwise I get outside view with no other panels available.

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