With its recent product line, CIM Flight Decks enables the Flight Simulator hobbyist to obtain various products and components to build a cockpit at competitive prices. These will be products such as panels (MIP, overhead etc.) of among others Boeing 737. In the near future CIM Flight Decks will offer two different versions of these panels. The basic version for the user at home with a smaller budget and a luxury version for the demanding flight Simulator hobbyist. Besides Boeing 737 flight deck panels, CIM Flight Decks, located in Drachten, the Netherlands, will supply components and products to build F16 (for Simulator hobbyists with military Flight interests) and Airbus A320 cockpits. CIM Flight Decks will not only supply panels, soon, seats will also be part of the product line in the future.
At this moment, CIM Flight Decks, part of Cockpit in Motion, (a company building simulators for the -semi-professional market), is primarily known for its motion bases. These moving bases are now also available for the Flight Simulator hobbyist, making it possible to build a simulator on top of a moving base. The motion bases are not available through the web shop, as these are be custom made for each customer. If you are interested you can contact CIM Flight Decks without obligation.
The CIM Flight Decks motion bases are very high quality products. The bases can be built on 2, 3 or 6 axes. The more axes, the higher the "real deal" experience. The motion bases are very safe (with a 3-way safety system to minimize anything undesirable or not according to flight plan) and highly energy efficient.
The motion bases are custom built and further specifications can be integrated to meet customer's requirements. CIM Flight Decks offers motion bases starting at 5350 Euros, compared to simulators for professional use costing costing millions!