Home built cockpit projects

This page lists individual projects.

Also see - How to build a Cockpit Hardware

747- John Dunkley

Matthew Sheil's 747, nominated by the Guiness Book of Records as the "world's most expensive home flight simulator", the full sized and motion sim uses 45 different software programs running on 14  computers.
 >>> external web-site –  www.hyway.com.au/747/747.phpl - Matthew Sheil's 747, nominated by the Guiness Book of Records as the "world's most expensive home flight simulator", the full sized and motion sim uses 45 different software programs running on 14 computers.

Ed Bult's Trim Control
Ed Bult's Trim Control


Chris "SpeedOne" Van Lierop - cockpit building info

F/A-18 by Mackenzie
F/A-18 by Mackenzie

F/A-18 by  Matt Wietlpach
F/A-18 by Wietlpach

F-16 cockpit scale model
F-16 cockpit scale model

F-16 by Peter Hausamann
F-16 - Peter Hausamann


F-16C - Martin

www.internationalcockpitclub.org.uk - Database of real cockpits under restoration

Kevin Coyne's Ejection Site

MiGMan's MiG-pit Mk-I
I used to fly in MiGMan's cockpit- my home-built cockpit. It was programmable if you had a day or so to spare! I used to use the Saitekcontrollers, then the Sidewinder USB gear and now the Thrustmaster H.O.T.A.S. Cougar.

Quickshot Masterpilot - Todd Ferrante's tips on daisy chaining

Bill O'Riordan's full motion cockpit Bill O'Riordan's full motion cockpit
Bill O'Riordan's full motion cockpit

USDC Space Simulator
USDC Space Simulator

Mark Schimmer's Westland Sikorsky controls
Westland Sikorsky controls

WW2 cockpit by Todd Wikel



Home Arcades

Food for thought for home cockpit builders. This guy - Mickster - has built his own video game arcade using PC emulators running in original arcade cabinets : Mickster's classic arcade web site - It shows what can be done these days using PC's and a bit of imagination and effort to create your own entertainment environment.

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