Take your X-Plane 11 experience to new heights with this 3D-printed simulator
Apparently not satisfied with a single PC monitor, aviation enthusiast Ryan H came up with his own custom, 3D-printable cockpit setup for the Garmin G1000 avionics suite. Designed around the X-Plane 11 flight simulator, the system uses a 12.1” LCD panel for flight data along with several additional inputs, all controlled by an Arduino Mega running SimVim firmware.
The auxiliary display/input assemblies interface with the Arduino, enabling it to handle 32 tactile switches plus one standard and five dual rotary encoders via five CD74HC4067 16-channel multiplexers.
Build cost is around $250 per screen. 3D print files and other information are available on Thingiverse.
December 30th, 2019 at 11:10:02
I am thankful for getting such great information on 3D-printed simulator. 🙂
July 3rd, 2020 at 21:17:42
Look at PropWash website for encoders. Just bought the encoder, circuit board and knobs in choice of red or black for $12.95 USD also have mux for $3. Cheaper than Bodner.