How I Built my Home Cockpit – Step by Step Construction of my Cheap and Easy Sim – PMDG Boeing 737

Having received so many questions on the construction of my own home cockpit, its hardware and software, it was a about time to answer all questions in a step-by-step video of how it came together! Want more flight simulator videos? Subscribe to my channel:

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A step by step guide on how I built my own cheap and easy home cockpit. The whole point of it is for it to be universal and use the minimum amount of software. Thus, I simply use FSX and adjust the 2D panels to fit the instrument screen. The instrument panel screen is positioned nearly at eye-level so I can use it as my normal PC monitor when not flying. In this video you can find answers to many questions concerning the construction of the cockpit shell, hardware such as the overhead panel, software etc.

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My name is Demetris Gregoriou and I am 17 year old aspiring student pilot from Cyprus. Since I was young, I was always fascinated by aviation and my goal with this channel is to share with you my passion for absolutely free. I always try my utmost in providing the world with every possible kind of aviation videos. Please show me your support by commenting and liking and/or sharing my videos and subscribing to my channel!

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