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  1. moespeeds, I think I can sponsor you. Let's get in contact by pm.
  2. Hi Tom, I think that I can sponsor you. Let' use pm. Best regards Harry
  3. In the post above from May 17. 2019 I described the dcs-plugin for the software simfeedback. This is the original software from the sfx-100 diy actuator system. And therefore I wrote the dcs-plugin with the help of the sfx-100 project founder. So you can use all the described parameters to control the 4 gseat motors by graphs. Simfeedback can only control the ac motors from the sfx-100 project and not the gs5.
  4. moespeeds, I'm not sure if you mean my gseat? If not then simply forget this answer: my gseat uses the multicontroller capability of simfeedback. So I bought 4 extra motors, build my wooden gseat and set the 4 motors up by adding a second arduino Leonardo. So these 4 motors can be controlled by simfeedback with the same parameters from the dcs plugin which I posted above. Mainly surge, sway, heave, yawrate but you can also experiment with all the others for example AOA... There are more videos in my channel which show more detail of my gseat.
  5. @melchionda you are welcome and I wish you a good start into this awesome experience!
  6. Hi melchionda, have a look at my video of my diy platform. It uses the sfx-100 diy actuators and I added a g-seat and a wind sim controlled by the same system. If you watch the landing at the end you can see that it is very responsive while it is smooth in the air. I use it vor iracing and fs2020 too and I'm more than happy with it. The price for the platform actuators is around 2000 €. Over 400 people built the system mainly for racing and you find a lot of info in the net and you can start here https://github.com/SimFeedback/SimFeedback-AC-Servo/wiki. The combination of platform and g-seat
  7. Hi, I think I had the same problem a week ago: https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=172964&page=43 Harry
  8. Hier ist die Lösung : https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=258053 Die höhenruder Trimming in der tf51 z. B. Ist die Argument Nr 171 Harry
  9. Solved Here is the solution: https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=258053 elevator trim for example in the tf 51 is argument Nr 171 Harry
  10. how to get the trim position and axis-position Hi, I would like to continue my tests with using the trim-position and axis-position but I don't know how to get them from the export.lua. Do you know how I can get these values? Harry
  11. Hallo, gerade teste ich Möglichkeiten einen diy force feed back joystick zu bauen, weil ich mit meinem 20 Jahre alten Sidewinder ffb nicht mehr so richtig zufrieden bin. Zunächst arbeite ich nur mit der Position des höhenruders und der g-kraft. Das fühlt sich auch schon sehr gut an. Bei minute 1.14 kann man sehen, was passiert wenn man sich der Stall - Geschwindigkeit nähert. Als nächstes würde ich gerne auf den Wert der aktuell eingestellten höhenrudertrimmung in der export.lua zugreifen. Leider durchschaue ich nicht, wie ich daran komme. Und wo ich gerade schon dabei bin, die aktuelle P
  12. Hi, I didn't read through the thread, but made a first test using how many g's you pull to recenter. I definitely like this feeling more than my good old sidewinder and will do some more testing. At 1.14 you can see what happens if you near the stall.
  13. What helps is for me feeling the air. To increase the immersion and to make the flight conditions tangible I experimented a little bit with boat fans in the last months, which I controlled in real time with flight parameters. First I controlled 2 of these fans with TrueAirspeed and was already very excited about the effect that I could suddenly feel the speed. Next I experimented with adding the lateral G-forces to both fans. With this I could suddenly feel if the plane was in a slipping flight condition. I thought that was great and I couldn't help it, I had to add the angle of attack. For
  14. Jetzt hab ich es verstanden, danke. Dann wars für dich einfach der Umbau, also ein Brett, ein paar Scharniere und Schrauben, was die Kosten angeht. Extrem sauber gearbeitet, Hut ab! Bei mir sieht am Ende immer alles hingemurkst aus und erst die Vr-Brille rettet mich, wenn ich dann die schönen Cockpits von innen sehe. Mit den Ventilatoren sinkt jetzt ja die Einstiegshürde in Motion z. B. nur für die Geschwindigkeit als Wind auf ca 70 Euro: -Gebläse 25 Euro -arduino 10 Euro -Moto monster shield 10 Euro -ein Netzteil, das für 4 Gebläse reicht 20 Euro - Kabel 5 Euro dazu noch ein paar Eur
  15. Hi Olaf, toll wie du das Ding umgebaut hast und auch cool, dass dein Ventilator mit dem Schalter gekoppelt ist. Du sagst anfangs "es geht auch günstiger" . Kannst du vielleicht sagen mit was du vergleichst? Habe das p3 gerade mal gegoogelt und finde den Gurtstraffer recht teuer wenn man mal 1/3 des Preises des Gesamtsystem für den Gurtstraffer kalkulieren würde .
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