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    Boeing 737 Shell

    Hey to all,

    This up coming week i'm getting a quotation to laser cut my shell panels and to cnc bend it , i was wondering if anyone is interested in a shell, maybe if i get more shell the manufacturing is cheaper.

    Shell specs:
    laser cut and cnc bend
    Easy to assemble already cut screw holes just screw together
    Flip down overhead panel bases (overhead and afoverhead)
    Vents for fans to removed hot air
    Cable tie down places and channels for cables
    Pilot grip handles holes
    Perspex glass for windows just screw in

    Here is some pic's , i'll also post some if the shell is complete.
    If any measurement are required please let me know.

    Enjoy
    Paul
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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    I Forgot , all the panels are 2mm alliminium

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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    Hi,

    Can you give more details for the dimensions? My room is not big enough.

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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    As well as weight and packed size (for shipping)... Thanks!

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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    Hey to all ,

    If you are interested just send me an e mail to mainroad53@gmail.com,I can then send you more measurements , and pictures
    regarding the shell.

    Paul

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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    This shell looks very much like the FDS shell. It would be great to see a shell on sale that beats FDS on price. But, the quality of the FDS shell is out of this world, I have seen it ! Is this shell a contender?
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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexJ View Post
    This shell looks very much like the FDS shell. It would be great to see a shell on sale that beats FDS on price. But, the quality of the FDS shell is out of this world, I have seen it ! Is this shell a contender?
    Hey Alex

    Like you said FDS shell is out side this world, but this shell is gonna be also , lots of hours went in this design, in every
    small detail, from assemble to interior to cable harnesses, there is space for everything, even space for sound proof sponge in the inner line, to give you the enclosure like in a real cockpit, even soft corners panels that you don't cut your fingers when assemble, add-on hole for future interior features,hot air remove vents, and its gonna be precision engineered,

    And the price is gonna be far less i think,so i'll say this could be the contender.

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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    Why not just put the measurements and pictures in this thread?

    Allan.

    Ps. Are you involved with this company or just a customer?

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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

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    Quote Originally Posted by notgotaclue View Post
    Why not just put the measurements and pictures in this thread?

    Allan.

    Ps. Are you involved with this company or just a customer?
    Hey Allan

    I have seen the attach file option re-size the pictures smaller, but i have attach it if you want to see,
    No i'm not a company or a customer of one just a designer.

    Best regards
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    Re: Boeing 737 Shell

    I have to say this is amazing!! The work to design something like this is not easy nor cheap!! Hope you can sell a couple my friend congrats!

    Roberto