The cockpit panels can be made to different standards.
The easy way
Print the rotating indicator disc on a clear film like the ones used for overhead projectors.
You can get these for both laser and ink-jet printers. Cut the disc out with a pair of scissors.
Mount the dial with a flat head pin.
Bend the pin on the backside of the panel and secure it with a small piece of tape.
Precision is important when you pierce the disc and panel sheet.
Make sure to hit the marked centre point.
When playing: Fix the pilot record sheet to the cockpit panel with a paper clip.
Make notes on the panel during the game using a pencil so you are able to
use a eraser and reuse the panel.
Print and laminate both the indicator discs and the Cockpit panels
with a heat laminating machine, cut the panel and disc as above.
Make a hole with a 2mm punch.
Mount the disc with a small double cap leather rivet, you can find them
and the punch in a leather or sewing supply shop.
Add a self-adhesive pocket (buy them in office stationary shops) for the pilot record sheet.
Measurements: 95 x 60 mm (standard business card).
Use two pockets for two-seaters, one for each crew member.
Use a thin whiteboard marker or thin permanent marker for noting damage, ammo use etc.
You can clean the laminating foil by rubbing with ordinary cleaning alcohol afterwards and
reuse the cockpit-panel over and over again..
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A three dimensionel miniature air war game