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  • #2725

    Florian
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    Hi.

    I started to build my Simulator and a part of my wooden construction is now ready ;o)

    Now i want to build the Cockpit, but i dont know the high. I mean from ground to the top of the Cockpit what high you recommend me ????

    The second Question i have is how much cm is your Cockpit

    Thank you !!!

    Excuse for nerves   ;o)

    Greets Flo

     

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    #2748

    Richard Wolff
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    My panel is 17 3/4 inches (45 cm) high at the yoke and 46 inches (117cm) wide and of course it curves down at the top as you go to the sides.  At the center bottom there’s a “tab” 18 cm wide that sticks downward and will mate up with a central console someday.  So at the center, the panel is 23 1/4 inches (59cm) high.  (Note that this 59 cm is partly the result of standard construction material in the US of 48″ by 96″, and a quarter of that is 48″ by 24″; pieces that size are readily available in hardware stores.) It depends somewhat on the hardware you’re going to use and just how cramped you want to be.  A drawing from the web of a real C172 panel/cockpit gives a width of 100 cm and a height, floor to panel top, of 90 cm.

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