Panel Planner is your best solution for designing and fabricating whole instrument panels for large twin to experimental aircraft. It is made for the aircraft owner, homebuilder, repair/refit station, flight department, designer, or manufacturer. Panel Planner is a stand-alone program and no CAD experience is required!
Panel Planner gives you the power to design and build instrument panels in record time. Simply drag full-color, photo-realistic instruments, avionics, and cockpit controls into place on an aircraft panel template. Today match your design to on-line data from Pilotshop.
Panel Planner tracks total cost, total weight, and peak current, generates an equipment list, and even prints actual-size hole-cutting templates and color mock-ups with your desktop printer. Cut panel design and construction by 50% or more!
Panel Planner equipment and panels can be updated locally or over the internet keeping you up-to-date, with the most recent instruments in the market, ready for you to use. The software is multi-platform, based in a technology called Java, and can run either on Macintosh or Windows. Version 4.0 is now available in PC or Mac.
Note: Limited to 5 panel designs per software.
Gene Velazuez at Panel Planner provides amazing and same day after sales service and help with the software. Makes ordering a custom machined panel simple. Thank you
Has a few glitches. The Dynon knob cut out is correct for the Autopilot but not for the Dynon radio and Baro knob panels. Sometimes undo doesnt work properly, so saving file revisions helps in case things dont go well. Have to install and run as Administrator on Windows.
Please note, Pilotshop's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Pilotshop assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.
Panel Builder does have a template for Socata TB-20. If you have the dimensions for a panel you can submit them to the manufacture One Mile Up and they will add it for free.
Yes the program does offer CAD print out capabilites.
The manufacture is very good at updating there software with new units and panels. Many customers have bought the software and had there panel uploaded. You can contact the manufacture at onemileup.com to have them add a panel.
Yes, per the manufacture it will work on Windows 7 and in the manual gives instruction on how to install.
Yes, the Garmin GTN 750 is on the 3.4 version.
Yes it does have the RV 8/8A panels. The manufacture is very good at updating there software with new units and panels. Many customers have bought the software and had there blank panel uploaded. You can contact the manufacture at onemileup.com to have them add a panel if not on your version.
Yes, the Commander 112 is included in the latest update of the software.
No, however upon purchase the manufacturer will add the Bearhawk Patrol if you send in a drawing.
Yes, the Eurocopter AS350 does have a template in the panel planner. The B and B3 models can be added at no additional charge if you provide the manufacturer with the specs.
Yes, use part # 13-06210 for use with Macintosh computers.