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Started by Joerg Weinmann, February 12, 2015, 11:14:40 AM

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Joerg Weinmann

Hi, as so many people asked how the light plates are done, we made a short video to explain.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf7tQNYqliw

and also new product  the 737 GFK Fibre shell in the webshop

http://www.simparts.de/epages/15465782.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/15465782/Products/737-SHELL-MISC

for any questions feel free to contact us. In March we start with the UH1D. All Instruments and panels up to turnkey solutions available.

greetings

Jörg

Flying_Fox

Thank you Joerg!

Very interesting and informative video. Especially how laser engraving is done.

Nick

Trevor Hale

Jorg,

The How to video is amazing.  I love the way you fit the brass inserts and your lighting is awesome.

Thanks for that.

Trev
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Joerg Weinmann

February 13, 2015, 07:33:07 AM #3 Last Edit: February 13, 2015, 07:34:22 AM by Joerg Weinmann
Thanks,

we got so many requests so we thought it's more easy to do a video, and thats the same way real lightplates are done. Except some very colourful ones they get an additional silk screen printing on top. We also do custom made panels and can also produce them cheaper like the others do if wanted.

Reagarding our Misc cockpit parts. They are also available seperate. We wil put them in the shop the next days.

regards and happy carneval...

Jörg

Joerg Weinmann

attached a picture with the latest panel we released P&P with our CAN Inerthya system and a video how the CAN system works



link to explanation of CAN P&P System   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn2d85s2uOY

Mink

Great video.

But the shell is not realy made by you ? Because it looks exactly , also the pictures are the same as from Vito from www.flybyecockpits.com


Kresimir

Trevor Hale

February 13, 2015, 09:53:31 AM #6 Last Edit: February 13, 2015, 09:54:35 AM by Trevor Hale
Jorg,

I never realized you would do custom work.  That is excellent news. (-- Add to mental notes --)

Thanks,

Trev
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Joerg Weinmann

No,

the shell ist made by flybycockpits, why sholuld we invent the wheel when others produce quality that fits in our portfolio. As we are doing entertainment systems. Their shell and parts fit perfect to our panels.


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duschner

Hi Warren, I visited Joerg's facility and I have to say it's very impressive. Far beyond the usual "Garage facility".
His Panels are second to none.
We have to remember that he is a professional and makes a living from this work.
In regards to the fibre glass Cockpit I would like to say " Rolls Royce don't manufacture their tyres either".
Anyway, great product, helpful guy - Joerg Keep up the good work.
Kind regards, Kurt

fly_ebos

Joerg

Can the canbus be used to control real gauges? I am thinking eg 737 overhead gauges like cabin differential, cabin VSI, fuel temp, pressure ducts...

Thomas

fsaviator

Quote from: duschner on February 15, 2015, 02:28:35 AM
Hi Warren, I visited Joerg's facility and I have to say it's very impressive. Far beyond the usual "Garage facility".
His Panels are second to none.
We have to remember that he is a professional and makes a living from this work.
In regards to the fibre glass Cockpit I would like to say " Rolls Royce don't manufacture their tyres either".
Anyway, great product, helpful guy - Joerg Keep up the good work.
Kind regards, Kurt
Kurt, I've also visited Joerg, but not since he's moved to the new facility.  Are you located near him?  If so, we are neighbors and I'm always looking for someone to fly with
Warren "FSAviator"
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P3D45/ Prosim737 2/ ACE Dual-linked Yokes/ RevSim Proline TQ and Dual-linked Rudders/ CPFlight MCP PRO3 and EFIS'; MIP737ICS_FULL and SIDE737; Forward and Aft Overheads; Pedestal/ FDS MIP

Mink

That was not my intention to critizese. More i am pleased to see that a company is workijg together with Flybycockpits. I have seen their shell in Lelystadt and it is great. so this is a win-win situation for simparts and flybyecockpits.

If i had not  build my shell myself, this would be my choise!!

Kresimir

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