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    AIRBUS A320 MIP panels dimensions

    Hi folks!

    Im new about this site, and I`m building an Airbus A320 Cockpit.

    Im trying to do the MIP section, but im not sure of the measures of some panels.
    Somebody have panels from flightdeck solutions, cockpitsonic or similar sites, to give me the correct measures of them?
    What are the real/official measures of this panels?
    I only need the Gear panels, Chrono/watch, Terr On ND, and PFD/ND and other buttons.


    many thanks for help!

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    Re: AIRBUS A320 MIP panels dimensions

    Try this site ; A320 Cockpit
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    Re: AIRBUS A320 MIP panels dimensions

    Hi Bindook!

    Thanks for the link, i have already know that site, its very useful, but only when I build my own panel by myself.

    That measures may be different respect the measures of the panels from flightdecksolutions, hispapanels, or cockpitsonic. In example, the gear up/down panel, from that picture, have 10,1 x 5,7cm, meanwhile the hispapanels panels measures (other site for panels) are 11 x 6 cm.
    By the other hand, I have a MIP measures that say 10 x 5,3 cm for the same panel.

    for this reason I want to gather multiple panels measures to get a better conclussion of what to do.

    thanks for the link anyway!