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adeCranley

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  1. How much did you pay for your scanner? I think good quality scanners are around 35000 Euros. Or maybe 1000 Euros to hire one and the services of a trained operator for a day (unless the designers are trained laser scanners too). I assume measuring the inside of a cockpit isn't something the designers need to do very often, well once for each type, and maybe they don't need the mega accuracy a laser scanner provides so maybe it's just simpler, and more cost effective, to use the old fashioned method. Any costs they incur must be passed on to the customer, mustn't they? This is just my opinion of course.
  2. It's Italian and roughly means "we are 'in' September now". But is EnglItalian as a whole.
  3. May I put in my request for NZAA? An important southern hemisphere airport IMHO. Thx
  4. Are you trying to 'burn test' VAS and memory issues? So by running the sim for hours in a static position to see what resources get used and if they fluctuate randomly? I see the elevators are in the up position so maybe you are testing to see if inputs affect memory or cause leaks. A guess! Ade
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