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Load cell on controls

Discussion in 'X-Plane' started by Scotty1186, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Scotty1186

    Scotty1186 Member Gold Contributor

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    Has anyone ever attempted to create ffb on a flight stick using load cells or any other mechanism? We have an old ultralight that we are converting to a simulator for a club and i was hoping we might be able to simulate feedback on the controls like what is experienced during flight. I was thinking load cells, but that might not be the right answer.
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    Game vibe, amp, transducer mounted to the joystick mount. That will net you vibrations produced by the game via telemetry output.