Home cockpit 737 – Build a Boeing: How to DIY a panel




One of the most basic things in cockpit-building is making panels. In this video I show how I generally make the panels for my cockpit. It is pretty simple, but in case someone needs help…

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Home cockpit 737 – Build a Boeing: How to DIY a panel

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  1. Hi,

    Can you give me some info about the first 2 grey layers ? Are they pre-painted, if so, how the outer edges and the inner edges of LED gaps are still grey ?

  2. Hi! I can say that you have made amazing stuff, but I have a question: do you know if Arduino Board can work with PMDG 737? I have already 2 boards and I want to use them except of OpenCockpit boards, which are quite expensive…

  3. Hi peter my name is Jacob and i'm 15 and looking to save money anyway i can could i use a PCB to control the radios would it work if show could you give me guidance on how to do something like that i saw the tutorial on how to make the PCB just don't know how to do it for the radios

    Thanks Jacob

  4. Thanks for the reply, one last question, does the 12v led not get hot enough to loosen the glue of the switches and such? I have an A320 panel that has a bunch of pushbuttons that i have glued the micro switches to the acrylic and the LED strip will go behind that layer, but I'm worried about the heat of the strips.

    Thanks

  5. Great video…thanks, but I was wondering about the LED strips, it looks like you can cut them ever 1 led is this correct? If it is can you post a link to your led strip supplier? Thanks

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