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  1. Wow that looks brilliant! Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  2. FILES UPDATED AGAIN - 17 SEP 2020 I'd recommend deleting any you have and using these new ones. Lots more goodies in there now. Some of the additions- - PDF Versions of each panel for printing templates on paper - DXF Versions of each panel for laser/cnc cutting - Some STL Files for 3D printing some very basic knobs i made up, as well as the corner panels, HUD Camera and UFC case. [emoji106]
  3. You could do what I did and use a ON OFF (ON) toggle switch. So it's momentary one way. The cover will hold the momentary end closed, and when you lift the toggle it will naturally centre into the off position, and you tell DCS that's the lift toggle command. You won't even notice any diffence to a normal on off toggle. Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  4. Hi lads! 1.6 looks very slick- well done! I love the idea of not having to manually move viewports pixel by pixel anymore. Question- Has anyone managed to get a Phidgets64 LED board working with this? I just tried 1.6 then and it doesnt see my Phidgets64 as an interface, as 1.4 didnt. My cockpit is still running Gadrocs original release! Would love to update- but i need my caution box! Cheers :thumbup:
  5. I'd also like to add that the dust from MDF can absolutely be toxic. 'When MDF is cut, sanded, shaped or machined in any way, it releases clouds of dust particles coated with formaldehyde. ... There is evidence that formaldehyde-exposed workers have high rates of lung cancer and (nose and throat) cancer.' I built my cockpit from MDF, but I made sure that I worked in a ventilated area, and I wore a P3 mask. Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  6. Good Evening Gents! Sorry i have not been active on the forums for a long time! I logged in today and just realised how behind on the times i am! There is an A-10C II coming!! Sweet baby jesus!! :pilotfly: I have updated my panel files and fixed the link in the other thread. Here is is as well- CLICK HERE In the time Ive been gone ive still been working on my pit (It now had a triple projecter setup with a 270 degree screen surface) and flying it much more now as well :pilotfly:. Ive been far more active on Instagram and Youtube than the forums- I have posted a few videos
  7. The font is the correct Military Standard stuff- It's called MS33558. Just throw that into Google and you will find it available on plenty of free font sites. :thumbup:
  8. Open the PDF's in your software of choice (I use coreldraw) and you can edit/export them to any file type you would like. The PDF's are saved in the correct scale. I chose PDF as it is the easiest for most people to view and/or print.
  9. Ahh i missed that! Not sure how it happened - my cockpit also has that error! Cheers i fixed it up.
  10. Hi lads! Sorry i havent been active around these parts lately- logged in today and just finished replying to my DM's. Updated the files again- added the poster, added all the decals i had printed for warning labels and such, as well as tweaked a few minor issues. Also changed from the Dropbox link to Google Drive! Cheers!
  11. Thanks for all you have done mate. The only reason I can fly my cockpit it because of what you were able to achieve for this community. Thanks a million.
  12. Wow. I may start up that Hornet project after all! Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  13. Love this idea! I can't wait to see this come to life! I am very interested to see how the Hornet works with a single large LCD for the bulk of the main panel displays. It would be great to be able to simply swap out my Warthog front panel with a Hornet one! Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  14. My caution box is run by helios using a Phidgets LED64 card, so yes it can definately be done. Just need to add the Phidgets card as an interface in helios, then from the output drop down box in helios select the indicator. Phidgets cards are expensive. If I had my time again I'd go the arduino and DCS BIOS route instead (which didn't exist when I started my pit). Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
  15. The switches are just normal cheap ones from ebay, no special ones required. They only screw onto the rear panel, then the middle and front panel sit over the top of the nut. The switch tops are from http://lynx.dk/ Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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