Flap hardware choice

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Mike Horsten
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Re: Flap hardware choice

#11 Post by Mike Horsten » Wed Dec 09, 2020 9:51 pm

Tony, thanks i agree but that is a long seach and retro engeneering, once you play with this tool. An other tool is the x-plane demo version. I use an old laptop with the demo version and i can work with the PC running airmanager with a lot of comfort.
And dont need to work on the sim it self.

Mike
Building a home Cessna 172SP Steam. X-plane/MFS2020
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Re: Flap hardware choice

#12 Post by Sling » Wed Dec 09, 2020 10:13 pm

Mike Horsten wrote:
Wed Dec 09, 2020 9:51 pm
Tony, thanks i agree but that is a long seach and retro engeneering, once you play with this tool. An other tool is the x-plane demo version. I use an old laptop with the demo version and i can work with the PC running airmanager with a lot of comfort.
And dont need to work on the sim it self.

Mike
Not a long search really but retro engineering yes. It’s how lots of users learn to make there own instruments. Once you’ve done as many as I have you get a good feel for what data sources to use for creation functions. It’s just a way of learning when starting out with AM.

Tony

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