L-188 From United States of America, joined exactly 16 years ago today! , 30102 posts, RR: 58 Posted (9 years 1 month 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 2089 times:
Anybody know where they might be some panel layout tools that are freewhere out on the net.
I was just going though some of the brochures I picked up a last months Alaska's Airman Assocation show and was think of that 4" winder super cub fuselage that was on display and I am think I would like to start to figure out how to lay out the panel.
I know enough to cut out a 3 1/8th cardboard circle but does anybody know if there are any freeware tools out there that will work.
I tried the EAA website but you have to be a member to see what they have.
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Ain't them 4" winders kind of narrow to see out of? Should reduce the drafts there in Alaska though.
Assuming you mean 'wider' what would you use that width for? Just wider people?
Not aware of any such freeware. I've used a couple of vector-based graphics programs for similar tasks. CorelDraw is a good one. Once you created the components in scale it is easy to move them around and try different arrangements. I've even done similar things with PowerPoint.
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