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  1. seems like i havent been as precise as necessary here. i agree on the focus and lights i am applying a variant of the linked mod -> simply and only to be able to have the ability to look at the instruments by raising my head in VR, and looking below the goggles (as i would do in real life) this is nearly impossible to clarify without putting a vr headset over. u can do this in 2d (eg with trackir)because of the limited nvg circle but in vr the nvg picture is screenfilling!!! u can see this here (sorry for cockpitlighting not set to nvg) so my title should be: "proper nvg field o
  2. i am getting tired applying MODs like this https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=151646 for years now So i would kindly ask/request ED to add proper NVG settings for us VR users this is an absolut game changer for night ops happy flying
  3. i guess what Fri13 wanted to say is that SVG might fit perfectly for the mfds but not for the hud because of degrading the visual experience there, eg glow and so on. u can simply look at the viggens hud which is imo most beautiful and immersive , this won t be possible with SVG
  4. Well, i hope we all agree that this was not the best approach to get the AV8 out of EA, in advance, posting the bugfix plan, combined with rolling out the most important bugfixes as introduction for a "we are pushing AV8 out of EA" and all of this hassle would have been avoided. Lets hope this is a lessons learned for all of us. Stay safe and all the best
  5. totally agree, most beautiful and detailed map so far, simply love it congrats to the makers
  6. BRUN is right, there are no buttons, this is simulated softwareside. most likely your recalibration needed for the slew upgrade deactivated this function, as it did for me as well. u might tinker with target software here to get em back, recalibrating did not work for me so i use UCR tool now which is giving further possibilities for axis percentage assignments as well u may use ucr tool, joystick gremlin or other software for that
  7. thx, i would say pretty much standard: most 0.2 layer height, 2 wall lines, 20 to 99% infill, retraction most important is orientation and support placement, the housing can be a little bit tricky to print i suggest to place it on its square front, ad some support blockers inside and enable z hop, u may ad some additional supports for the thin parts. nozzle lever and axis parts i printed in vertical orientation with partially 99% infill (eg at the nozzle levers thinnest position where it leaves the housing) gcode is at the dropbox as well, so u can have a look at, very printer specifi
  8. absolutely love it many thx for publishing the STLs
  9. heat blur from preceding aircraft distracts HUD
  10. the cover is slightly changed in the new version, but what u describe is most likely related to slicer settings, the thinner the layer heights the more layers there and more stiffnes at the end. at the picture few posts above u can see that i shrinked the cover and enlarged the main housing to make i fitting better. many thanks for your feedback and pictures, always like to see others doing the mod
  11. Thats really cheap!!! i guess unbeatable at the end, mine is much more expensive. considering time needed and shipping/paypal costs. the grey part is easy to print, no clue why yours got that worse. best would be to order the grey wheel in natural grey MJF, that would provide best grip, but sets u back at least 5€+shipping at all services i know, but u may find a better offer as u did with the other parts
  12. many thanks for your help on this, as i wired it at up and down only, myself, the 45° idea was brought up and i couldn t mention why this wont work the same way as on the coolie hat. many thanks for your solution again. print services are nearly useless for this parts, i tried to get those parts to provide it in the shop printed by professionals but wasn t able to get workable prints. At the end i had to print the parts for the radar elevation set that i offer on my home printer. medium quality, but not that bad. the design is refined as well, for a better look, will update the
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