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Date:  12-8-2017
Number of Hours:  3.00
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Brief Description:  Received Panel and Began Installing Components

Stein Air shipped my panel and it arrived in Jacksonville, FL last Sunday. UPS said it would be delivered, Tuesday, then Wednesday, then Thursday, and finally it showed up soaking wet tonight. Stein Air packed the panel very well so despite UPS' best efforts, it appears they only managed to destroy the outer box. The panel is hydrodipped with a carbon fiber look. The labels are laser engraved and the entire assembly is clear coated. I think it looks great and the "lines" in the carbon fiber line up great. If it fits as good as it looks, I will be ecstatic. Stein Air has the capability of etching a rendering of your panel in wood that forms the top of the crate in which they package complete panels. I think I will put some hooks on the back and hang it in my office as art. I still need to purchase a few more switches, some wiring, and other items from Stein but I think I'll wait until after the holidays to let UPS get their act back together. I am still waiting on my ADSB-472. Dynon told me last month that they expected to ship it in December or possibly January.
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Panel Arrived from Stein Air

Panel Arrived from Stein Air

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Wood Burned Panel Rendering

Wood Burned Panel Rendering

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Starting to Install Switches and Components

Starting to Install Switches and Components

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