Welcome to the Customer Gallery, one of my favorite parts of the website. The homemade flight simulator cockpits you see here were built by our customers. Notice in many cases they included different components like additional monitors or switch panels. It's always fascinating to see how customers modify their projects to match their specific needs.
Have you completed a DIY Flight Sims project? Send us your home cockpit pictures and you could be featured in the Customer Gallery!
Six screens! Yes, I said six screens!
Ted built a DIY Triple Screen Flight Simulator and added two more screens for the instrument panel and one for the overhead panel.
"I'm only using one computer. I have a Matrox triple head to go for the three, 27inch monitors. The top monitor is operated with the second output on my main video card. I also have another video card that runs the bottom monitors... I made some adjustments because of the 27 inch monitors but it worked out ok. Thanks for your help with this."
THANK YOU, Ted, for sending in pictures for the Customer Gallery. Congratulations on your superb work!
Russ built this beautiful DIY Flight Sim Pod for his cross-country flights that he shares on his Facebook fan page. He modified the large Flight Sim Pod frame to fit in a small corner of his house. Note the auxiliary monitor for the instruments and the trim wheel.
Read more about Russ's home flight sim at this blog post and don't miss the video tour and additional pictures.
Great work, Russ ! Thank you for sharing your flight sim experiences online !
Look at this astounding DIY Triple Screen Flight Simulator that Vince built with additional Saitek switch panels and a 4th monitor for the instruments!
From Vince: "The plans of your DIY Triple Screen Flight Sim are awesome! I want to share this photo. I modified the centre frame to incorporate the gauges monitor. Great project, Thanks."
Amazing work, Vince ! Thanks for sending the picture.
Ola made some clever modifications to his DIY Triple Screen Flight Simulator to reflect his favorite type of flying. He likes flying light aircraft like the Piper Cub over the beautiful countryside.
Check out his Logitech G940 HOTAS Flight System (joystick, throttle, and rudder pedals). Read more about Ola's project at this blog post.
Excellent and attractive modifications, Ola ! Thanks for the pictures.
Check out this Eagle Scout Service Project! Ryan raised funding, built this project and donated it to the JROTC classroom at his high school. This classroom is used for the United States Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps and Ryan modified the #T440 Triple Screen Flight Sim for this project.
Congratulations on your fine work and the your new rank of Eagle Scout!