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    Mycockpit.org Home Cockpit # Embraer 170

    Hi! And congratulation at all for your cockpit. The common passion drives us to recreate the aircraft we love more, and Today, world premier i want present you the result of three years of my work: Home Cockpit # Embraer 170. I invite you to visit my page on: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Home-...80123552163219.
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    Re: Home Cockpit # Embraer 170

    Good work Embraer170.
    Nice to see someone using the Embraer as a change from the usual B737 or A320.

    What software are you using for the systems?

    jbee.

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    Re: Home Cockpit # Embraer 170

    Good evening Biggles2010,
    sure, my work was oriented to built a new generation of cockpit respect than usual B737 or A320.
    I worked 3 years to built it, and because the tools were not tradable, i must build a lot of pieces by hand.
    In the realty, i flied a lot of time on these planes and i discovered its performance, especially electronics ones; I think that its FMC is the heart of this plane.I use FSX and a lot of addittional software , as GEX, UTX and REX ..... Thank you for the congratulations.I stay here for all questions.I would like only that all people could visit my little page on: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Home-...80123552163219 too. Bye!

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    Re: Home Cockpit # Embraer 170

    Nice work! I have to fly on these things a lot in real life, and I'm glad someone made a build from one.

    The overhead panel looks a little oddly shaped though, was that intentional?

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    Re: Home Cockpit # Embraer 170

    Hi Avro748
    this is the real overhead of E-170:


    ...and it's mine now:


    obviously it was very difficult for me reproduce the same tools identical to the original. In this case I tried to printing in 3D on Plexiglas but it come not very well. So I think this one in this case is good.

    Please if you can, visit my page on: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Home-...80123552163219

    and send an "i like " if you think that is good product
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