I will start with the MI-28, the moment I'm able to do things again, I already had done two years ago.

Oh man, know I really notice that I'm going older. The brain isn't working as good as some years ago duh

I'm also not able to find the models I already did, so I will start with the pit from nearly the beginning. Since the move my computer hardware and cockpit parts are scattered in boxes. I think I will need more time to find all my HD's with this files, as starting things from the beginning. As far as I remember, I was a little further with the work on it, but not that much, that its usefull to turn the whole flat upside-down.

P.S: An idea that came to my mind, the last night I couldn't sleep cause It's very hot at the moment here in Bavaria biggrin
I did some 3D parts for my 3D printer the last months and I used TinkerCad for this (its free, you only have to create an account). It's so simple and if you combine some parts, you could also do more complex things. I think this could be useful for making cockpit parts like buttons, dials etc. You can export them as an OBJ-file and import it to the 3D software you use.

Last edited by Viper1970; 06/18/19 06:56 AM.

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