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  • #83349

    I am looking for a company that would be able to sell a CAD file for a 310G panel. I have a machine shop that can cut the panel out. Thanks.

    #94331

    If you can’t find anyone that has the CAD template for your panel you could borrow one from someone like Preferred Airparts and reverse engineer it. I did that a number of years ago by explaining what I needed it for then buying & returning it and paying an extra fee for its use.

    #94371

    I just finished a panel upgrade on my 310G. No fancy glass, just a nice clean traditional panel using backlighting and the radiorax avionics system. I do not have the ability to post a photo to this site but if you would like I could email to you. I may be able to help with a drawing or other advice on the older panels.

    #94377

    One of the reasons I bought my 310G was it’s instrument panel modification. It still needs avionics updates, but the hard work … reconfiguring the layout … has already been done. I’ll send you my STC info and drawings if you’d like.

    #94647

    I just found Envision Avionics Panels.

    They offer full turn-key service, or alacarte. They can custom design a new panel using CAD software, CNC cut it, powder coat it and laser etch the legends, text and placards. I already had a custom designed and cut panel that I sent them for finishing and I’m very, VERY impressed with the results. Next time I’d go 100% with them.

    Envision Avionics Panels
    eapanels@gmail.com
    805-236-2059
    http://www.eapanels.com

    #94670

    Give Nimbus Aviation at FXE Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport. The have a laser
    scanner and CAD plus laser engraving for all your required placards. They did the panels
    on my 310J. I can send you pics of the quality work. Regards Joe

    #94681

    I finally had a few minutes to try and upload a before and after shot of the new panel in our 310G. The CB panel is a modified panel from a “P” model. The control column was changed to a “Y” column for radio clearance. The “Radiorax” avionics mount system was used and is great. The single gear down light was changed to a three light annunciator from a 340 and starter engage lights were installed on the control quadrant. “NuLite” bezels replace the original post lights. The next project is to clean up and rebuild the control quadrant.

    #94760

    Very Well done. Regards Joe

    #96789

    Are those yolks from a 340? Did you need an STC or 337 field approval to install those? I would like to upgrade my control yolks in a 73 310Q and wondering what my options are.

    Thanks,

    Josh

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