As you can see, pedestal panels are getting shape. It's long way from ready but long way done. There's also lower overhead panel which you can compare to older post what it looks in reality.
As you can see TQ is very close to it's final state. I've done some testing and everything works as it should and potentiometers are very accurate when calibrated correctly. TQ is not 1:1 to real 737 TQ and thats fine, feeling was pretty awesome when I first test this.
Overhead panel just got switch covers (red ones) it makes it more realistic. Unfortunately there is no backlighting available, but maybe I find the way to do it in future with transparent plastic (filament) but there will be some problems with my 3D printer accuracy, because it's not that good. Some of those panels will be changed to updated ones and later on there will be servo gauges.
My name is Martin, I'm from Finland. I bought 3D printer in beginning of 2013 and started learning 3D modeling. Suddenly I came a cross with 737 video which looked like video from real 737 cockpit. After that video I decided that I must build one, but money was the problem. Most realistic simulators could cost from 50k to 200k+ and that is way too much for me. So I started to create my own panels and mechanism using 3D modeling software and 3D printer. It's also one goal to get this available for everyone who has interest to this kind of projects.