The entire cockpit started life as one button box attached to my Obutto gaming cockpit. From there it slowly morphed into a full simulator.
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 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 made all the panels, how they are designed, the hardware and electronics I used and how I got it to work in the game.
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.
Software that runs the cockpit
But what about <INSERT ITEM> you ask!
Anything I missed will hopefully be in here.
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