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    Question In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Hi all of you.

    I am totally new on this site and in this forum but it seems to me that this must be the right place to get the help that I need. I am, togehter with my good friend in the wery start of building a Boeing 777 sim. We have a CNC machine and are planning on making all af the panels etc etc ourselves. Lot's of fun and a pile of challenges
    We therefor hope that some of you can support us with finished drawings ready for the Cut2D or just plain drawings with measurements for the complete 777 cockpit. If you have got 1 or 50 drawings does not matter. Just bring it on
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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Hi Hubmaster and welcome to Mycockpit. You won't go wrong with the B777 but then again I am biased. I can't furnish you with CNC files but I can point you to these marvelous Austrian 777 builders and specifically their pdf containing most measurements of the 777 panels. There are no actual measurements for the overhead panels but you can figure these out by extrapolation. I can tell you that each panel is 184mm wide but their height varies depending on which panel it is. Have a look at the diagrams and you'll see what I mean.

    HERE is the link to the pdf. Scour the rest of their site and others they link to because there is a lot of info out there if you spend the time. And don't forget when it comes time to look at systems and panel software that Sim-Avionics is the only choice for the 777. Take a look at my Flightcity link to see what can be achieved using Flight Deck Solutions hardware and Sim-Avionics software.

    Cheers and good luck,

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kennair View Post
    Hi Hubmaster and welcome to Mycockpit. You won't go wrong with the B777 but then again I am biased. I can't furnish you with CNC files but I can point you to these marvelous Austrian 777 builders and specifically their pdf containing most measurements of the 777 panels. There are no actual measurements for the overhead panels but you can figure these out by extrapolation. I can tell you that each panel is 184mm wide but their height varies depending on which panel it is. Have a look at the diagrams and you'll see what I mean.

    HERE is the link to the pdf. Scour the rest of their site and others they link to because there is a lot of info out there if you spend the time. And don't forget when it comes time to look at systems and panel software that Sim-Avionics is the only choice for the 777. Take a look at my Flightcity link to see what can be achieved using Flight Deck Solutions hardware and Sim-Avionics software.

    Cheers and good luck,

    Ken.
    SHOOT your first link doesn't work. I was looking for measurements

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    The link is from 2011. Maybe this will help you:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/rye10wqyslgkbx9/B777_WorkBook.zip?dl=0

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Quote Originally Posted by skino View Post
    The link is from 2011. Maybe this will help you:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/rye10wqyslgkbx9/B777_WorkBook.zip?dl=0
    TY a TON for those measurements, it didn't have the overhead measurements though any idea where I can grab those?

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Maybe you can get more info here http://hispapanels.com/tienda/en/39-overhead-b777

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Quote Originally Posted by skino View Post
    Maybe you can get more info here http://hispapanels.com/tienda/en/39-overhead-b777
    Looks like they do list them in each section of the panel so that would work. Just peice it all together like a puzzle. Thanks again

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    If you know how big a part is you can calculate all others.

    http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/showthread.php?t=28823

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Here you go, here is the link to my webpage where you'll find all the info and dimensions that I used for my B777 overhead.

    http://www.kennair.com.au/boeing-777/overhead/

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    Re: In need of drawings for B777 panels.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kennair View Post
    Here you go, here is the link to my webpage where you'll find all the info and dimensions that I used for my B777 overhead.

    http://www.kennair.com.au/boeing-777/overhead/

    Ken.
    I got my measurements from here http://hispapanels.com/tienda/en/39-overhead-b777

    With yours it shows 740mm wide and then the other measurements I found was 732mm wide. Total height was 725mm on yours and then 638mm on mine

    Here's mine that I drafted. Just overall every measurement is different.



    Here's yours

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