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    IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    IKEA in cockpitbuilding....

    INREDA booksupport (2): nr. 901.339.58
    Brown Dark acrylic for MCP windows.
    Euro: 5,00

    RATIONELL VARIERA Bak (1): nr: 60182196
    Dark red PET (Polyethyleentereftalate) for the fire switch handles.
    Euro: 2,99

    BLANDA BLANK (1) bowl: nr: 20057255
    Steel bowl for the end of the yoke (near the ground). 737 specific...
    diameter 20 cm (also 12, 28 ,36).
    Euro: 2,99

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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    Hi all,

    I am also using the led lights for in closets as backlighting of the panels... a bit expensive (40 euro for 4) but easy to use and work with....

    Greetz Peter
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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    Hehehe... Cool.
    For the LEDs I must recomend eBay. I got 5 meter/300 diodes LED strip for only 99 cents (US) and is about halfway through backlighting the MIP and pedastal. I need another roll to complete the OH, but I guess I can cope with another 99 cents. The dimmers was only 1$ a piece, but after buying 6 of them, sure my wallet hurts

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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    nax....
    please post the links because i'm sure a lot of people would be interested.
    thanks ... ian
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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    Hi,

    I have used the leds too, 45 euro in Greece... IKEA DIODER yes those are expensive for IKEA but can really make night day a room !!!

    Nice thread btw

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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    Dimmer: http://cgi.ebay.com/LED-Light-Dimmer...ht_1848wt_1139

    PS: you pay shipping pr. unit. Buying 3 gives 3 x shippingcost.

    For the LEDs I have used this: http://cgi.ebay.com/Warm-White-5M-50...ht_1459wt_1139

    I'll post some pics tonight in my thread. Link in sinature.

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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Hessel Oosten View Post
    IKEA in cockpitbuilding....
    Hessel Oosten
    Sorry folks, only for those who plan to build a 737 flying in SAS livery

    Thanks Hessel.

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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    now the LEDs are not awailible anymore, cuz I got them for 1,25$ but u get the general idea. This is CHEAP, much cheaper than IKEA.

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    Re: IKEA goes cockpitbuilding .....! ....:-)

    In Spain if a good price, it's cheap