The rear wall or the rear wall or the rear bulkhead is the partition between the cockpit and the additional compartments in the aircraft such as in the areas of personnel and the travelling public.
We also have the rear pressure bulkhead of the circular bulkhead at the rear of the aircraft, in the shape of a spider's web, which will make the air seal and to reduce the pressure is to be maintained. It also protects the aircraft against cracking due to the increased internal pressure.

We actually have 2 of the rear wall. The area at the back of the Apt and the area at the back of the PHOTOGRAPH.

The two back panels are mainly fitted to the panels, fuses, circuit breaker panels).

Due to the lack of space in my homecockpit, only 2 of the walls of the LIBRARY modules found on the Apt side of the dummy, jump in the seat to get to the wall to complete it. The rear building, with its alcoves, in-between EQUIPMENT, panels, and flight crew compartment door, have been omitted.



The two back panels are made of medium density FIBREBOARD panels, and a pair of tussenribben of the wooden bars for support.

The two back walls have been built in such a way that the wall fits into the metal frame of the cockpit. You can have them apart in the metal frame of the cockpit and slide.
The width of the Apt wall is 900 mm and the Photograph back Made of 925 mm it is wide. The width of the opening of the door is 580 mm. Thus, a 2 cm wider than the original version.

The MDF panel on the inside (9 mm) fat. It is a display of the MOBILE panels and other parts are secured with screws. The panel on the outside for the finish 3 mm fat. This panel has one side that is white and is commonly used for the rear as well as the inside of a cabinet close.

The ribs are made of strips of wood out of the It of 93 mm width and a thickness of 18 mm. The total thickness of the wall is at 130 mm.

These ribs are first glued against the MDF panel and then, with a couple of screws, an extra base.

The back panels the Capt/FO are both in the corners and provided with a recess into which a metal bar, which policy shall be attached to the top center of the window opening.
This bar has been a part of the design and construction of the cockpit, and it is also to be seen in a real cockpit.

Well, on the W-wall is a recess for the mounting of a fire extinguisher. This room is 105 mm wide 670 mm the high and the 25 mm at a deep level.

At the top of the Capt/FO and back, a round opening is provided for the construction of a "Dome light".

The two back panels on the inner sides of the opening, with stofferingsnagels. The nails have a round head with a diameter of 10 mm. The distance between the studs is a heart-to-heart 40 mm.


The nisopeningen in the corner of the two walls have been cut out and is intended to be used for the conduction of the metal upper rail and a length of 241 mm and the width of the 102 mm.
Below you will find some extra dimension to how the nisbehuizing need to be made.

The dimensions of the OEM-version of nis and the upper rail

(OEM=Original Equipment Manufacturer (oem)

The back to the inside sloping and sloping bottom. This is accomplished by the edges to fill it in with body filler, and then gladgeschuurd.

In the corner of the bottom edge of the inside hole, I have a metal plate mounted with a cut-out opening in the shape of an inverted U. This metal plate in the shape of a U, serves as a conductor of the upper rail (see below, P2). The upper rail is to relax and enjoy just being in this bar.


The rear wall may be separately attached to the 3 verankeringpunten: side, top, and bottom.

The sides and top, anchored with a screw through the metal cockpitframe the wood wandgedeelte. The base of the wall on the inside of the cockpit and is secured with a L-profile to the wall and the floor of the cockpit and is secured with screws.

Three of these anchor points may be thereafter easily unscrewed and removed, then the wall and out for a work-out in the cockpit.



The two back panels on the inside of the cockpit and painted it with a primer.

After that, the back of the W-side is painted in black (satin), and in the back of the CAPT side and the left-hand half-Boeinggrijs, and the right half is black (same as PICTURES).

The 2 recesses also have a Boeinggrijze color.



The outer side of the two back walls are lined with white hardboard (3 mm) thick.

The deuromlijningen are finished with aluminum U-profile. Also, the walls are provided with the necessary stickers to add a little extra realism to the display.

At the same time, it is in this back compartment, also for indirect lighting, mounted by means of a led strip on the ceiling.

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