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    New future contributor from Australia

    Hi All,

    I have been a member here for a while, but this is my first post. Like everyone else I have been reading and learning as much as I can.

    I am a biomedical engineer from Adelaide, Australia and have a reasonable electronics and IT knowledge. I have approx 30 or so hours of real-life flying (C172).

    I have finally ally decided to make a start on a 737 cockpit. For years I have been flying with a Saitek desk with Eyefinity 3x27". Time to step it up a bit.

    I currently have a stack of new MDF in the garage awaiting cutting and assembly. And sitting on the floor in my study is a complete MIP panel set from cockpitsimparts.co.uk. Big thanks to those guys for making high quality gear at reasonable prices.

    I guess the problems I foresee is just how far to go with things, for example, is it critical to have a fully functioning AFDS panel... or will I be happy with just a few illuminated annunciators. Same goes for the flaps gauge... not critical in the overall scheme of things, yet it's a nice albeit expensive option.

    Like many others I am wowed by the quality that some of you achieve. I think I will aim a little lower and just go for an immersive cockpit without the 100% functionality. Maybe. I guess we never know where things end up do we....

    Cheers,
    Paul

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    Re: New future contributor from Australia

    Hi Paul,

    How about an airbus? Jeehell's software is free (click on the link in my signature).

    I was planning to build a 737 (even had an ACE yoke, cp flight MCP, EFIS, pedals, jetmax 737 TQ) -- switched to an airbus because dual link force feedback yokes are just too difficult to implement.
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    Re: New future contributor from Australia

    Hi Paul,

    The thread is very good. The information is very good and useful.




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    Re: New future contributor from Australia

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