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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Update!

    I will just say that i will build a CNC machine 120x180cm or 100x180cm working area! Whit cnc machine i will get MUCH more finish and nice work with it! maby i will build the MIP again in CNC machine Next update about building the cockpit will take some month! I will keep update this thread The CNC machine is to the cockpit!

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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Will wait with cnc machine


    Update!
    Here is lastets pictures! i will make the glareshield again!






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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Little update!

    I have got a throttle from vardø thanks
    I gone rebuild in more realistic throttle so i dismantled it.
    I will need more money to MDF to build the throttle again and i will buy some parts by simparts



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    I have also think about the simworlds MIP so i gone go for it! the simworlds full MIP

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    Re: Home cockpit 737NG in norway

    Update!! Im working with the sidewall but still allot to do! i will do more today or tomorrow but here is some pic

    That is the curent stand of the MIP



    and here i have started with the sidewall

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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Nothing connected yet :P but im happy what i have done


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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    and thats what matters the most! nice work... it's coming together nicely!

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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Thanks to patric for help with the sidewall
    Read his blog! its very helpfull pictures and drawnings there!
    http://737ng-info.blogspot.com/

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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Quick update! I have paid for the simworld MIP (No frame) with electronics so im waiting for it to arive! The CNC project is dead. After i get my MIP i gone make a frame in 10mm MDF and then i gone start with the glareshield! and after that i gone make windows and keep working on the sidewalls I gone also make a product review of the simworld MIP Stay tuned for more updates! I gone rebuild the sidewalls in 10mm MDF instead of 24mm!

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    Re: My homecockpit 737NG building log

    Okay! Having now got the package, opened it and was very happy and satisfied with what I bought Video review coming later! I have not done so much more with the simulator since i have no money for MDF so then I have to wait for 1 month and see what I get in burdagsgave

    Here is the package from simworld


    Here is when i have opened the package



    Here i have to draw around the panel frame to make a frame in MDF to it!


    Here is just for fun to see how it looks! NB: The posision and place for some of the knobs in yellow are not right but i gone paint the knobs


    Begin to connect littlebit up






    Im not satified about the MIP stand since its littlebit low so gone get new drawnings and rebuild it!

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