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    Casing for Flyengravity MIP Descktop Panel kit

    Good day everybody!!

    I am planing to start building a 737NG simulator. I am currently searching through all the available product makers out there and i think this will be one of the most difficult stages of the project. So am asking a little help from the more knowledgeable people here!!

    For my MIP i am thinking of the Flyengravity MIP desktop Panel Kit, so now i m trying to find a casing in order for it to stand. Building one myself is one idea that i try to avoid. I found Sismo "MIP STAND FOR DST" MIP Casings : MIP Stand for DST but i don't know if this stand is compatible with the flyengravity or not.
    Dimensions of the complete flyengravity MIP are 1510mm x 550mm x 530mm
    Dimensions of Sismo "MIP STAND FOR DST" are 1519mm x 546mm x 430mm

    If anyone have use them together, please let me know if they can accommodate each other.
    Any other suggestions for a Casing and MIP are appreciated.

    Thank you all!!

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    Re: Casing for Flyengravity MIP Descktop Panel kit

    You can ask the people at flyengravity to supply you with the end panels to append the MIP to, but you'll need to build sub panels.

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    Re: Casing for Flyengravity MIP Descktop Panel kit

    Hi
    Go for it and build your own far cheaper and more satisfaction
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    dave
    Last edited by davemuir; 09-20-2013 at 07:31 AM.

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    Re: Casing for Flyengravity MIP Descktop Panel kit

    I have contact them but without any reply yet. Although, as far as I found in forums, they offer their stand in a so called "pro line" panel. So sismo is no more an option for me.

    On the other hand I start reconsidering to build the stand myself. The blog of a fellow simmer www.flightdeck737.be/en/ , really inspired me on that way.
    “You will begin to touch heaven, Jonathan, in the moment that you touch perfect speed. And that isn’t flying a thousand miles an hour, or a million, or flying at the speed of light. Because any number is a limit, and perfection doesn’t have limits. Perfect speed, my son, is being there.”
    Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

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    Re: Casing for Flyengravity MIP Descktop Panel kit

    Hi
    if you send me your email I can show you a few pictures of my self built mip basically a table ,4 wooden ribs at 15 degrees and 3 pieces of 3 mm thick aluminium for the front of the mip cut out for displays and use real standby guages.
    regards
    dave