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#4413000 - 03/27/18 12:12 AM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Stache, I keep coming back to those pictures. Question: How do you get in? does the car seat roll back? Or is it more authentic and you have to straddle the side?


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#4413013 - 03/27/18 01:28 AM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: OvStachel]  
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Thanks all for your great comments.

Originally Posted by OvStachel

Well... I have been trawling the internet for ages... looking for the perfect P3D/WOFF/DCS/IL2 cockpit... you just put it in front of me. Do you have any plans drawn up for this? I would love to reproduce this in my basement.
Please...please... please say you do. LOL!
OvS


Sorry OvStachel, I did somewhat of a drawing for the ribs, the rest was just a few sketches with dimensions, mock-ups and hand fitted pieces.
Put pieces in place and try them out, tweak (or start from scratch) as needed.
I could jot down some more detailed dimensions if you like.
I started this phase of development as I was looking to get more into DCS and Cliffs of Dover - Blitz, and I realized the WW2 birds need more controls than our kites.
I needed some place to put those controls and then came word of WOTR....


Originally Posted by Fullofit
Stache, I keep coming back to those pictures. Question: How do you get in? does the car seat roll back? Or is it more authentic and you have to straddle the side?


The side panels are on wheels and do swing out a bit, but yes, primary access is by the seat, that rolls back and forth in rails.
The side panels are also detachable for transport.

Still a lot of things to do, skin the left hand side, figure out speaker placement, take it all apart to paint the insides / stain the outside similar to Albatross.
Then need to work on electronics, a lot more switches, buttons, knobs, trim wheels, have the seat reupholstered in a medium dark faux leather, etc.
Of course, it will never be "done", but that is part of the fun.

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#4413182 - 03/27/18 09:00 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: Stache]  
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Originally Posted by Stache



Sorry OvStachel, I did somewhat of a drawing for the ribs, the rest was just a few sketches with dimensions, mock-ups and hand fitted pieces.
Put pieces in place and try them out, tweak (or start from scratch) as needed.
I could jot down some more detailed dimensions if you like.
I started this phase of development as I was looking to get more into DCS and Cliffs of Dover - Blitz, and I realized the WW2 birds need more controls than our kites.
I needed some place to put those controls and then came word of WOTR....



Yes... that would be great. I could most likely build it from there. Some more pics of the back if you're able.

Quite honestly, I'm sure many of us will be running to our local Home Depot/Lowes Home improvement store and buying a ton of wood if you do... LOL!/

Thanks a mil!

James
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#4413184 - 03/27/18 09:15 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Words cannot do this creation justice! Simply amazing!

#4413897 - 03/31/18 01:15 AM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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You know, I just looked back at Lou's original post - he has a virtual museum there, when you take the time to peruse those pictures up close that's a jaw-dropper too!

But for sheer technical prowess, outright over-the-top Barmy, Stache has us all cleaning the drool out of our keyboards. A salute to you sir! notworthy
That must take one heckuva machine to drive those three monitors, the extra side "instrument" panels, and your controls (a full-floor stick, no less!) And I suppose the map monitor is driven by a separate computer? Can you run those three monitors with the WOFF settings maxed?

What a 'pit! Dat's Barmy there, Barmy to the nth! pilot


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#4418240 - 04/28/18 05:04 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Still a lot to do,the project is somewhat stuck in this current state though.I enjoy Flightsims set in WW1 up to early Jet era,thats why the Pit has a more modern approach to fit all needs. Sorry for the low picture quality.


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#4418245 - 04/28/18 05:40 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Hi Lausbub, looks like I still have a ways to go. That's a nice rig there. What are you using to drive the switches and Axis? That's my next step. I'm planning on Arduino/Leonardo and mmjoy2.


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#4418246 - 04/28/18 05:49 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: HumanDrone]  
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Originally Posted by HumanDrone

That must take one heckuva machine to drive those three monitors, the extra side "instrument" panels, and your controls (a full-floor stick, no less!)
And I suppose the map monitor is driven by a separate computer?

Two year old system - spec's are in my signature.
I do run on maxed out settings, locked in at 85Hz.
Won't say its perfect, but 99% of the time, I am fine with the operation.
I was really worried the 980ti would not handle resolution and I have been extremely pleased.
Map Monitor is driven off game computer at this time. I have plans to drive it off a fan-less PC.
Mainly so i can adjust the map without interfering with simulation.
Right now, it and the two side monitors are just displaying a static image, they add very little to the load.
I am working on post with more detail.


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#4418252 - 04/28/18 06:40 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: Stache]  
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Originally Posted by Stache
Hi Lausbub, looks like I still have a ways to go. That's a nice rig there. What are you using to drive the switches and Axis? That's my next step. I'm planning on Arduino/Leonardo and mmjoy2.


Hello,
The left and center Buttonboxes are connected to two Leo Bodnar Boards. The Throttle unit and the Trimconsole on the left side is conected to another Bodnar board. Adding the Flightstick and the Rudderpedals I have 5 Controlers connected in total.

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#4447932 - 11/10/18 05:29 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Given the number of new virtual pilots who have joined us here recently I'm betting more than a few of you have your own personalize flying digs. I for one would very much like it if you folks would share some photos of said digs with the rest of us. It is always most enjoyable to see the cockpits from whence our fellow WOFFErs do battle with the AI foe. So don't be shy, post some pics of your setups, please.
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#4447986 - 11/10/18 10:58 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Here's what mine looks like at the moment smile

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#4448070 - 11/11/18 01:20 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Nice setup!

#4448073 - 11/11/18 01:36 PM Re: OT: Show us your flying room / cockpit set-up [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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That is a neat setup CCIP. I particularly like the grease board for quickly jotting down notes. Very nice.

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