The entire cockpit started life as one button box attached to my Obutto gaming cockpit. From there it slowly morphed into a full simulator. Click to read how (and why) it evolved.
There was a point where I made the decisions to go full Warthog. It was when I bought a tool that cost more than the entire project had so far. Here is a list of the tools I used to make it.
Here is how I built the actual cockpit structure itself, minus all the electronics and panels.
I'll show you the plans I used and how it was cut, glued together and painted.
Here is how I make all the panels, how they are designed, the harware and electronics I used and how I got it to work in the game.
And you can get all of the designs for free!
The decision to go with multiple projectors was planned from the beginning. To save on costs, I designed and built the screen myself for under $120 bucks. Here is how I did it.
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Anything I missed will hopefully be in here.
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