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Mechanics has several options.

The layout can be individualized.

Several variants products.



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Individual project for three mechanics, one resistor, and 16 buttons.


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I offer you here is a variant of the block "RUD 4 * 4".

150 US dollars. Shipping included.

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Yes something ww2 inspired would be great! Maybe with some ball grips, and some of the throttle axis on an angle like in you first video you posted.

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"RUD 4 * 4" with the new location of the front panel and processed (reduced a little) mechanics.

Price US $ 160 + shipping. If outside Ukraine it is 20 US dollars.

 

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Are the four lower knobs axis or encoder?

In this instance the axis (potentiometers), but there were orders with encoders.

 

A very sophisticated throttle, and just marvel over the workmanship super.

 
Thank you
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Throttle GVL224 "RUD 2x6"

The control unit has 2 mechanics GVL224 (throttle and propeller pitch).

Mechanics iron, the axis on bearings with proximity sensors MagRez.

 

The handle 16 buttons.

On the front panel:

- 2 axis variable resistors (potentiometers)

- 8 buttons one unit;

- 4 momentary toggle switch in the end positions (both 8 buttons).

On the sides of the body 2 axis variable resistors (potentiometers)

 

Total we have 6 axes (two more are not used on the controller), and 32 buttons.

 

The body is made of acrylic 3mm thick, going as 3D puzzle ..., available black, white and transparent.

 

Housing dimensions (excluding handle height) 170mm width, 200mm depth, height 50mm.

 

color and size handles potentiometers may be different from that in the photo.

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Looks great!!

 

Might consider for near future. My X55 right throttle seems like it crapped out.

Thank you.
If you want something you can discuss the option of setting your arms from the X-55 on my mechanics.

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Uwe,

 

Since GVL224 has a bit of difficult with English I try help with a overall picture.

 

He don't has online store, their throttles are produced in small batches and then sold, when available is announced in flight simulation/games forums.

 

He can make a throttle adapted to your needs, e.g. for left hand, with more or less levers, etc, or use grip from common throttle, e.g. X-52, TQS... that you furnish, see examples above.

 

If I understand well he is from Ukraine (gvl224@ukr.net) - what add some complication in payments, is need use bank transfer or Western Union, no PayPal or CC (?) options, then negotiation involves trust from buyer.

 

Like with Baur, negotiation need be done through email.

 

I don't think he will enter in "pedal business" - he work close to Baur who use some of their electronics in his pedals/stick bases but no make throttles.  ;)

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Do you have an online store? How would one go about ordering?

Any rudder pedals in the future?

No, online store I do not have.
communication and orders cherz forums or (and) my email gvl224@ukr.net 
I do not pedal for pedal contact to Roman (Baur).
I collect only the throttle and electronics for them or other homemade.

 

Uwe,

 

Since GVL224 has a bit of difficult with English I try help with a overall picture.

 

He don't has online store, their throttles are produced in small batches and then sold, when available is announced in flight simulation/games forums.

 

He can make a throttle adapted to your needs, e.g. for left hand, with more or less levers, etc, or use grip from common throttle, e.g. X-52, TQS... that you furnish, see examples above.

 

If I understand well he is from Ukraine (gvl224@ukr.net) - what add some complication in payments, is need use bank transfer or Western Union, no PayPal or CC (?) options, then negotiation involves trust from buyer.

 

Like with Baur, negotiation need be done through email.

 

I don't think he will enter in "pedal business" - he work close to Baur who use some of their electronics in his pedals/stick bases but no make throttles.  ;)

Thank you, all right.

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I ordered a throttle very similar to this from GVL224 a while ago, maybe 7 months. This unit is large (10" x 8 1/4") and well made. I believe the components to be high quality. Other than a slight language barrier I found GVL224 to be a good Guy to deal with, answering my emails very promptly. There is no comparison between this and the Saitek Throttle Quadrant that I had been using and I thought the cost very reasonable.

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I ordered a throttle very similar to this from GVL224 a while ago, maybe 7 months. This unit is large (10" x 8 1/4") and well made. I believe the components to be high quality. Other than a slight language barrier I found GVL224 to be a good Guy to deal with, answering my emails very promptly. There is no comparison between this and the Saitek Throttle Quadrant that I had been using and I thought the cost very reasonable.

 

Thank you.
I am glad that my unit loved it!
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^That's the unit GVL224 made for me. :) Can't wait to try it out!  :gamer:

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If you don't mind me asking, what did it cost you to commission the piece?

 

It was ~$230 altogether, with shipping.

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Nice stuff!

 

I have an old TM HOTAS Cougar laying around somewhere and allways wanted to use the throttle handle, maybe after i get a Gunfighter Pro here in europe i will come back to you sir. :)

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Nice stuff!

 

I have an old TM HOTAS Cougar laying around somewhere and allways wanted to use the throttle handle, maybe after i get a Gunfighter Pro here in europe i will come back to you sir. :)

Thank you.
I'll be happy to help.
I have a mechanic to install the handle Cougar.

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In the control unit "Sextet" 6 mechanics GVL224 (6 universal) are installed.

Iron mechanics, axles on bearings with non-contact sensors.

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Front panel:

- 2 axes on variable resistors (potentiometers);

- 4 buttons;

- 6 toggle switches without locks in the extreme positions (like 12 buttons).

 

Total we have 8 axes and 34 buttons.

 

The case is made of acrylic 3mm thick, collected as a 3D puzzle ..., available in black, white and transparent.


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