Build a flight
simulator cockpit at home
DIY Flight Sims,
Do It Yourself
Flight Simulators
Triple Screen Flight
Simulator

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This video and instructional
collection shows you how to build
a flight simulator with three
screens and switchpanels made
from keyboards.

* Three large computer monitors
immerse you in the action

* Build from off-the-shelf computer
components and materials from a
home improvement store

* Includes Airliner Flight Sim
Keyboard Modification project

* Build it for your home, school,
museum, EAA chapter, etc.
DIY VIDEOS
Triple Screen Airliner
Home Cockpit and
Keyboard Modification
Item #T440
$43.99 US dollars
This project was
funded entirely by
individuals and
small businesses.  
Thank you for your
generous
contributions:







Antonio Milaré

Suzan Iqbal








Sharper Vision





SpamGoblin.com
Brian Oakes

Jackson Computer
Services







Pat Pinick







Robert J. Libby

Wes and Amy Suess
Carrie Bradfield
Angel
Thurston-Matthews
Merril Thibodeaux
John D. Moors, II
Earl A Boatman
Larry J Friedel
Richard Tilton
Finn Otto Krogsen
Steve Coats
Sarah Dickerson
Photography
Richard T. Stofer
Donald J. Sanderson
Ibrahim Shaheem
Sariah Pinick
Stephen Gifford
Keith Dyer
Carl Hanson

Robert Parillo
Chris Hager
Vince Inzinna
Robert S. Lyss
Mark Cornthwaite
Frank Victor
Randy Czerwonka
Jim Albertson
Bradley Rayhons

Vickie Rocco

Asif Zamir
Chris Peterson
Rick Davis

Harold Taylor
Haig Evans-Kavaldjian
Denice
Lanakila Alexander
Eric Damon Walters
Maker Faire Crew
Julie Ibach
Linsdy Dugan
Jason Miller
Jim Barker
Nick Sherman
Cliff Nagayama
Becky Wall
Shannon Walsh
Jennifer Seward
Special Thanks
Stephen Todd
Trace Shapiro
Rafaela Evangelista

National Airline
History Museum

Independent
Filmmakers Coaliiton
What you get:

TWO  VIDEOS - over 70 min. of construction footage
Video 1
- Assemble the Top Frame and Base Frame
- Assemble the Nose Cone Frame
- Build the modified connectors
- Cut and attach the platforms

Video 2
- Cut and attach the platforms
- Attach the fasteners
- Cut and install the Body Panels
- Glue the Body Panels
- Paint
- Attach flight sim peripherals.


INSTRUCTION MANUAL  - Full-color, illustrated

DIY Triple Screen Flight Sim Instructions: 66 pages
Safety
Tools Required
Materials Required
Instrument Panel Frame
Overhead Panel Frame
Base Frame
Nose Cone Frame
Lumber
Fasteners
Cut the Body Panels
Glue the Body Panels
Paint
Make It Fly!
Appendix 1: Pipe Frame Maps
Appendix 1: Pipe Frame Maps (Metric)
Appendix 2: Lumber Measurements


Also Included:
DIY AIRLINER KEYBOARD MODIFICATION
(Item# K140B)

Two Part DIY Video
- Painting
- Airliner button template
- Button assignments: Mode Control Panel
- Button assignments: Overhead Panel
- Keyboard panels: B737, A321, CRJ700
- Event assignments in Flight Simulator X


AIRLINER KEYBOARD MOD INSTRUCTION MANUAL
- Full color, illustrated, 38 pages
Safety
Materials
Tools Required
Painting
Printing and cutting button template
Button diagram: Mode Control Panel
Button diagram: Overhead Panel
Keyboard panels
Event assignment list
Event assignments in Flight Simulator X and FS2004


KEYBOARD BUTTON PRINT-OUTS
Airliner Keyboard Buttons
Airliner Keyboard Panels
Bonus: Airliner Custom Button Collection
Bonus: Throttle Quadrant Labels
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decals in a convenient
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format.  

The instruction manuals and decals
sheets are in Adobe Acrobat pdf
format.  
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LARGE 1 GB DOWNLOAD
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convenient  zip file.  Your password and download link
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The videos are in Windows wmv format.  

The instruction manuals and decals sheets are in Adobe
Acrobat pdf format.  


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- Working with PVC pipe Part 1 and 2
- Glue Tips for Flight Simulators
- Styrofoam Body Panels, Part 1 and 2
- Self-Drilling Screws
- Paint for Flight Simulators
- Glue it or Screw it?
- USB Cable Management