I added the finished drawerheads, switch and button panels, trim panels, and axis panels.
The axis, switches and buttons are controlled via two Leo Bodnar BU0836X controller boards (I can expand to 16 axis and 80 buttons).
I decided on solid maple to match the rest of the woodwork in my office (and I just like the stuff). My CNC cut the panels to size.
The wood is actually cut-offs from solid maple table legs that I made for a customer last week, that was handy.
The Axis knobs and levers are 1/4" plexi cut on my CNC and heat polished along the edges. The plexi is left over from another project hense the black paint on one side. I should have just used some new plexi as I think the black paint is too scuffed but I can remake them anytime.
The Trims are 10k, 10turn Bourne potentiometers while the other axis are 10k bourne panel mount potentiometers (Ebay finds). I will post pictures of the mechinisms if anyone is interested.
The Warthog Graphic must, of course, grace the drawerheads so I used the CNC to encribe each to a depth of 1/16". I would have made the drawerheads wider to hide the drawer slides and drawer mounts but they are tight to my chair as it is. There is no room to spread them out as the countertop supports are mounted on either side.
My Saitek Combat Rudder Pedals should arrive by next week and that will complete my rollout simpit.
Yes, that is Cliffs of Dover in Eyefinity. But I must run it with low settings to get acceptable framerates so I usually rotate one of the monitors back to landscape and play it on med/high settings.