Small update to the overhead + annunciators


19. March 2014 by Peter

With 1400 downloads one can wonder none one you noticed this one. πŸ™‚ But I misspelled YAW DAMPER. The overhead said YAM damper.

Anyway this is now updated and new files have been uploaded to dropbox. Same links.

Overhaed PDF-formatOverhead AI-format

Furthermore I have uploaded a file with only annunciators – and other things that might be worth printing on transparent foil.

Download here:

Annunciators PDF-formatAnnunciators AI-format

EDIT: Newer version 1.5c on 26MAR14: On the right fuel pump FWD was spelled FDW. Same links.

6 thoughts on “Small update to the overhead + annunciators

  1. James E says:

    You also wrote FDW on the fuel pumps πŸ™‚

  2. Damon Reynolds says:

    when i open your panel on my browser, when i set it to 100% its fine but when i save as a pdf and put it at 100% all the guages are 5 or 6 mm bigger, any ideas ??

  3. Marc says:

    Hi Peter,

    just found your site and directly ordered a glueing-foil with your print.
    Thanks a lot for that really nice work and perfect idea. That saves me a lot of money πŸ™‚

    Just checked all the LEDs and switches I would need and found 2 more typos on the panel:
    – The right guarded “DRIVE DISCONNECT” switch says “1” but should be “2”
    – The Potis for the cabin temperatures are all named “AFT CAB”, but should be “CONT,FWD and AFT”

    No big issues, but I thought I’d let you know. Have no Illistrator here, so I couldn’t correct it, but the foil was ordered already anyway πŸ™‚

    I combined stuff from Opencockpits with cheap switches and stuff from other suppliers, so my overhead should be ~1000€ in the end. But first there’s some work to do I’m afraid…

    Thanks again for that idea and your videos. I woud not have started that project without that.

    Best Regards


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My name is Peter and I live in Denmark.
I am building the cockpit of a Boeing 737 in my basement using my limited skills and inspiration from fellow builders.
I post my progress on this blog and hope it can be an inspiration to others.

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