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    737 homemade MIP

    hi i am 14 years old and plan Wed building home-made cockpit and I simply thoughtfully 737ng I got hold of the drawing But it's one thing I did not under stand Completely! see link here
    http://users.skynet.be/jcordon/cockpit/plans.htm
    the MIP panel where you will sharpen the screen and stuff, when to use
    POST Riza did not get it scala completely in the right size!, There is talk about a few mm but I wonder if I can get some help and the scala?
    The makeover of MIP particleboard

    alså i dont get in in aksakelig sizzer

    use translate google end i sey it on norwegian

    hei jeg har planer om en 737ng hjemmecockpit men problemet er at jeg får ikke scalat den i riktig størrelse

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    For ANY measurements you want, check here http://www.markuspilot.com/page42.html

    Good luck !!

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    tanks but i dont understand what he mean, i have scala with POSTERIZA size is width 8 peges
    and height 3 pages
    is dhatn work?

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    Download my 1:1 pdf file http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...do=file&id=188
    Select the area you want using the "snapshot" tool. Right click and select print. Make sure you select "none" in the page scaling. This will print out at scale then.
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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    Quote Originally Posted by Timmi View Post
    Anyone have any 1:1 scale cocpkpit measurements drawings of the Avro RJ family? would relly need something like that
    Hi Timmi, I suggest you put this post in your own thread with a title of "Avro RJ sizes" and you will have a lot more people see it!

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    Quote Originally Posted by autocadplease View Post
    Download my 1:1 pdf file http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...do=file&id=188
    Select the area you want using the "snapshot" tool. Right click and select print. Make sure you select "none" in the page scaling. This will print out at scale then.
    you mean scala to 110%?

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    No. Scale should be 100%.
    110% would make it 10% larger than the original.
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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    Quote Originally Posted by autocadplease View Post
    No. Scale should be 100%.
    110% would make it 10% larger than the original.
    scala 100% ?

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    but scala it 100% in print settings but thats is on pieas
    one A4

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    Re: 737 homemade MIP

    Quote Originally Posted by autocadplease View Post
    No. Scale should be 100%.
    110% would make it 10% larger than the original.
    i using

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