Ever wanted to build your cockpit but have not a clue where to get started? Marcus from Marcuswald Air recently sent me his 737-800NG photos for the Cockpits section. In addition, he has included a photo-book about the building of his cockpit.
He said that the document didn’t have a great deal of text but thought it was best to go with photos and it was just meant to show the build in generic terms with a bit of humor.
The photo-book can be downloaded from here or by clicking the image of the book.
Thank you Marcus.
Followings are the 737-800NG cockpit photos from Marcus in Australia.
Builder: Marcus from Marcuswald Air
Location: Victoria, Australia
As mentioned in my Post 380 back in mid-September last year, I was working on a utility that would allow the toggling of the ON/OFF status of the Saitek Driver because SPAD.neXt requires the Saitek Driver to be removed (or unloaded) from the system in order to run properly.
Here it comes at last and I call the utility “SToggler” (abbr for “Saitek Driver Toggler“). Edit: The utility has been updated and renamed as FIP Driver Toggler. It is compatible with either Saitek or Logitech FIP drivers now.
The utility was designed to serve my needs to keep both Saitek and SPAD.neXt drivers on my system and at the same time could be selectively used when either of them was called up without interfering the other.
What the utility does when executes: Continue reading
Ben Weaver in Colorado recently sent me his cockpit photos as follows. His idea of using a piece cloth to build up a temporary cockpit enclosure is brilliant and effective. You will also find a video link that showcases his cockpit build at the end of the post.
Builder: Ben Weaver
Location: Colorado, USA
ICAO: KBJC, Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport