Boeing 737 Motorised Throttle1
This page is split into three main sections:
The ultimate printer I can recommend is the Bamboo Labs X1 carbon with AMS if you have deep pockets. ($1200). It's a massive leap forward in 3D printing, with excellent quality and impressive speeds. Its pretty much press print and go as the software and hardware do the calibration before each print. This printer will not manage the larger parts and you are going to need the CREALITY CR10 v3, which is my second choice of printer.
Welcome to the first part of our 5-series build guide! Please note that the MTU build guides 1-5 are not version numbers but a single build guide divided into smaller sections.
Build Guide 1-3 Mechanical Build
Build Guide 4 Smaller Printer Mod Build
Build Guide 5 Prosim Programming
A separate PMDG Programming Guide created Bjarne Bracke
You must gather all the necessary parts listed across the 5 Build pages to complete this build. Unfortunately, there are too many parts to fit on a single page, so we had to limit it to 20 parts per page.
In my opinion, this design surpasses the previous throttle designs, and I highly recommend it over V3. Keeping it simple without motorization is sufficient, as the basic controls offer an awesome feel and operation. It is a fully 3D printed design that comes with motorised Trim Wheels, Throttle levers, speed brake, parking brake, and Trim indicators.
Please note that this design requires a print size of 300mm x 300mm. However, if your machine has a build bed of 220 x 220mm, there is an available smaller print mod that you can use.