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Mickey's Flightdeck - A Boeing 737-800 Cockpit on Youtube

Started by Extraterra, August 02, 2017, 11:11:36 pm

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n4208t

Top notch as always.  Watching your hands, you could have been a surgeon.  Beautiful.

Extraterra

I have built my first gauge. This time the single needle fuel temperature gauge. I will show you an easy way to build own gauges at home.

Extraterra

I have finished the bus panel of my Boeing 737-800 overhead.  small and easy to build panel. Also a good starting point when you want to build your own overhead.

Extraterra

Today I present you the fuel panel. A big twi colored panel including my first homemade single needle gauge.

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sagrada737

Hello Michael,

I am so impressed by your ingenuity and capabilities in designing and constructing assemblies for your 737 Sim.  Really nice work!   Equally impressive is your skill in constructing your own CNC machining capability.  Your skill, attention to detail, and your profound patience has demonstrated you to be a top-notch Cockpit Builder.  Congratulations on all that you have done with your Sim Project.

Not only that, but your skills in producing and documenting your Sim Project is really good.  It's very kind of you to take the time and effort to make such videos.  The content and quality of your videos are excellent!  Keep up the good work!

Best Regards,
Mike
P3d v4.5x with Sim-Avionics (two computers), FDS MIP, 3-Optoma HD GT1080HD projection 120 deg. display driven by a single EVGA Nvidia GTX-1080Ti Water Cooled.  6dof Motion Platform using BFF 6dof motion software, driven by a Thanos Servo Controller to 6.2 KW Servos.

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