Category Archives: Structure

  1. OEM liners: time for sidewalls

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    26. April 2021 by Peter

    Cutting MDF for the sidewalls

    I was in a bit of a crossroad should I continue mounting the ceiling and the eyebrow windows knowing that …
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  2. Two options from here

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    5. April 2021 by Peter

    After struggling a bit with making amount for the eyebrow windows the captains side is now mounted with a snug …
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  3. Chairs

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    13. March 2021 by Peter

    Up untill now I’ve used an office chair for cockpit. Not the prettiest of solutions but it worked. OEM chairs …
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  4. OEM-Liners, update

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    7. March 2021 by Peter

    I bought a set of real eyebrow windows and OEM-liners. After the initial posting which the unwrapping I have begun …
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  5. I splashed out – Eyebrow windows

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    31. January 2021 by Peter

    Two things always been a struggle in my cockpit build. One thing is too many USB-wires which causes interfere cards …
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  6. I splashed out

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    20. January 2021 by Peter

    Build a Boeing has a motto “A cockpit on a budget”. Most of the items in my cockpit is DIY …
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  7. New EICAS screens

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    5. April 2020 by Peter

    After installing a second CDU I had to unmount mt lower EICAS screen. I could turn the screen 90 deg …
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  8. New window frames

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    6. February 2020 by Peter

    For a long time I have had a video laying around about windows. I made new windows last year and …
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  9. Blew the fuses

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    5. February 2020 by Peter

    I bought two “new” (used) CDU’s last autumn and that let me to some rewiring of my MIP. It has …
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  10. Wait. What? Was that 2019?

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    5. February 2020 by Peter

    So apparently 2019 more or less passed with out any updates on the page. Sorry about that. And to be …
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