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Started by al23, April 15, 2018, 11:48:21 AM

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al23

New to this forum. Have always enjoyed flight simulators since MSFS 95. Lately came back and have seen a lot of new and exciting changes since. Looking to build a desktop simulator. I have some uncertainties about using IO cards although I'm pretty handy with carpentry and basic home electronics. Hope to learn a few things here and there

jmlohrenz

Welcome to the forum.  There are a ton of resources here and good luck on your new venture!!

727737Nut

What part of Indiana are you from?

I apologize on behalf of others as usually this group is more inviting and welcoming to new members. 

I am in South Bend and you are welcome to stop by and fly my sim and talk shop.

Rob
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Bob Reed

Welcome Alfred. Glad to have you here. IO is a huge thing and there are so many ways you can go. First bit it, what sim are you going to use?

al23

   Rob, From Fishers, northeast side of Indy. That is nice of you to offer. I will have to plan on that one of these days on top of my busy schedule.
  Bob, I'm using p3dv4 as transition from FSX was easier.  Thinking of starting with Leobornar cards or Arduino and learn from it.

blueskydriver

Hi Alfred,

Welcome to the party of Cockpit Builders! It's a great place for all things flight simulation and too be a part of...

I am glad to see Rob invited you to see his sim and you should take him up on it. There is nothing better then a hands-on experience when first starting out. Plus, he can help in person with all those questions you'll have soon.

Even though you and I have met through PM's earlier, it's good too meet you. And, hopefully it'll be in person someday...

John
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727737Nut

Quote from: al23 on April 18, 2018, 11:05:35 AM
   Rob, From Fishers, northeast side of Indy. That is nice of you to offer. I will have to plan on that one of these days on top of my busy schedule.
  Bob, I'm using p3dv4 as transition from FSX was easier.  Thinking of starting with Leobornar cards or Arduino and learn from it.

Just so you have an idea of what I have (just a simple 737-300) plus you are only a 2 hour drive away. :) 
737 Junkie

jackpilot

Most of would love to have "just a 737 300!" :D
Real old fashioned flying like we were used to !


Jack

727737Nut

Always welcome to come over for a visit Jack just as anyone else on here.  Cockpit door is always open..... wait, I don't have a door.   :o
737 Junkie

mickc

Quote from: 727737Nut on April 18, 2018, 01:11:15 PM
Just so you have an idea of what I have (just a simple 737-300) plus you are only a 2 hour drive away. :)

Rob, that's clearly a 737-200....  ;D ;D ;D'   :laugh: :laugh:

727737Nut

Quote from: mickc on April 18, 2018, 05:40:07 PM
Quote from: 727737Nut on April 18, 2018, 01:11:15 PM
Just so you have an idea of what I have (just a simple 737-300) plus you are only a 2 hour drive away. :)

Rob, that's clearly a 737-200....  ;D ;D ;D'   :laugh: :laugh:

Clearly i'm an idiot and don't even know what i built!   :huh: :o :laugh: :laugh:
737 Junkie

mickc

Quote from: 727737Nut on April 18, 2018, 06:09:05 PM

Clearly i'm an idiot and don't even know what i built!   :huh: :o :laugh: :laugh:

I believe the correct term is "F*#@ing idiot"  :P :P ;)

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