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Pictures of CNC made MIP panel

Started by Wendy, February 21, 2010, 12:06:14 pm

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Wendy

Hello,

Just a few pictures of my latest work with the CNC. I'm working on my MIP panels and made the Main Panel DU with backlighting. I'll show you a picture of the backlighting in daylight and one during the night.

Regards, Wendy





Trevor Hale

Wow!  I think someone has the hang of the CNC...  What to you guys think?  Fantastic work Wendy.  I am sure you are very happy with the result.  Great job.

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Boeing Skunk Works

Great work Wendy! Can't tell it from the real panel.
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DarrylH

Impressive backlighting Wendy. It really adds a lot to a cockpit, that soft glow of the panels

congrats

Darryl

Aerosim Solutions

SNAP! We are on the same page Wendy!!! This is just daylight backlighting my panel at the moment...


Regards, Gwyn
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jrsteensen

I realize I am necro-posting badly, but one thing I am wanting to add to my pit is a nice green/NVIS backlighting. (Building an F/A-18D)

I've been experimenting with panels for years, but it seems like its always a tradeoff - I can either make them look great under daylight, with a nice high contrast white legends, or I can backlight them well but the panels never read quite right under daylight. (The white always was more clearish.)

I'd be very interested to know your process.

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