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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

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    Fs Cockpit is offering a complette shell for 5500€ + shipping
    Do you have a link? I don't see a shell + liners on their website stating such an item.
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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    Quote Originally Posted by rockpapst View Post
    Fs Cockpit is offering a complette shell for 5500€ + shipping
    Do you have a link? I don't see a shell + liners on their website stating such an item.
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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    Hm if you already have the measurements... why not self-building the liners? 2015 we've made them by polystyrene cut out of CAD, now they are coated by plastics. Looks and feels excellent - unfortunately I have no actual pictures. Total costs of maybe 60-70 bucks and two days of work.

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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    i think the guys from janus cockpit re-sell the Fscockpit stuff. i dont know exactly how they do it but i know that the Cockpit on the picture is from FS Cockpit

    http://www.janus-cockpit.com/page7.html

    you can send Tomasz an email and he will give you the details.
    he told me a complete shell would cost 5500,- + shipping.

    the Interieur Liner from cockpitsonic cost about 4700,- but without shipping.

    but vier im pott is the only company that makes interieur liner in this quality.
    i konow they are very expansiv but also the best.

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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    Janus quoted me 21,000 euros for shell and liners.

    Anzabon - this is exactly what we're trying to produce, with a lot of accuracy. They look excellent on your sim. Where in the world are located?

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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    I agree that DIY is the way to go and so much more fun and interesting to build your own. I was thinking expanded polystyrene sheet with a hot wire and guide, you can create some awsome stuff this way!
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    [QUOTE = anzabon; 163838] Hm , wenn Sie bereits die Messungen haben ... warum die Liner nicht selbst bauen? 2015 wir sie durch Polystyrol geschnitten aus CAD gemacht haben, jetzt werden sie von Kunststoffen beschichtet. Sieht aus und fühlt sich sehr gut - leider habe ich keine aktuelle Bilder. Die Gesamtkosten von vielleicht 60-70 Dollar und zwei Tage Arbeit. Viele Grüße Bon [/ QUOTE]




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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    Quote Originally Posted by anzabon View Post
    Hm if you already have the measurements... why not self-building the liners? 2015 we've made them by polystyrene cut out of CAD, now they are coated by plastics. Looks and feels excellent - unfortunately I have no actual pictures. Total costs of maybe 60-70 bucks and two days of work.

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    Wow Bon, thats amazing, and actually looking very good -- perhaps I should try this method, I could save a fair amount of cash How do you coat the polystyrene with plastic?

    Have you considered some sort of hard card material? Perhaps someone can make an origami A320 interior liners with directions on where to fold



    How are you holding up your overhead?

    I was planning to build my base frame, and overhead support out of T-slot aluminium.
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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    Quote Originally Posted by rockpapst View Post
    i think the guys from janus cockpit re-sell the Fscockpit stuff. i dont know exactly how they do it but i know that the Cockpit on the picture is from FS Cockpit

    http://www.janus-cockpit.com/page7.html

    you can send Tomasz an email and he will give you the details.
    he told me a complete shell would cost 5500,- + shipping.

    the Interieur Liner from cockpitsonic cost about 4700,- but without shipping.

    but vier im pott is the only company that makes interieur liner in this quality.
    i konow they are very expansiv but also the best.
    I've also heard mixed things about fscockpit (JL himself If you remember was having issues) so I am not too sure about them as a vendor.

    There is also FDS solution to consider -- I've been to a few of their trainers (one in Kuala Lumpur -- FlightsimKL, and in London -- Emirates Flight Experience) -- they are hand made out of metal, so most likely expensive but sturdy.
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    Re: A320 Cockpit Liners

    I am very interested in these liners! I also happen to be an A320 captain I could get mesurements and detailed pics and in exchange get a good price on those liners for my sim!

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