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Fulcrum One Throttle

A project in Lancashire, UK by FULCRUM SIMULATOR CONTROLS LTD
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6 axis versatile USB throttle quadrant for PC flight simulation.
Backers: 55
Average Pledge Per Backer: £313

Funded: £17,212 of £50,000
Dates: May 23rd -> Jul 2nd (40 days)
Project By: FULCRUM SIMULATOR CONTROLS LTD
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Latest News

Further Updates on the Fulcrum Throttle Kickstarter

June 20th - via: fselite.net
Fulcrum is back with a few new updates regarding their Fulcrum One Throttle that is currently on Kickstarter seeking funding. In the most recent update, Fulcrum shared the latest production sample clamp for the throttle itself. (Read More)

Surface mount clamp?

June 19th - via: kickstarter.com
While we can't include an additional clamp in the Kickstarter because of budget we are going to be offering an optional clamp for people with wheel stands. Here is a cad drawing of it, showing the throttle tilted. It will allow the same tilt that the... (Read More)

Sample throttle clamp tested!

June 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Just tried out the production sample throttle desk clamp! Really satisfying as it holds the quad completely solid. It is the same as our yoke clamp, 3mm thick steel with a single solid clamp wheel. Very satisfying to have the tension up high and push... (Read More)

Major update to the kickstarter rewards!

June 5th - via: kickstarter.com
As a response to a lot of feedback from here, forums and social media we are now including our Pro Jetliner series levers in the base package for kickstarter backers! See the main page and new video for details!  (Read More)

Extra features being added

May 25th - via: kickstarter.com
After listening to some feedback from supporters we have decided to modify the throttle a bit. After this initial release we will be offering a pro range of lever tops. These will be a bit bigger and will feature working reverser levers, auto... (Read More)

Fulcrum One Throttle Kickstarter Opens

May 24th - via: fselite.net
The Fulcrum One Throttle is a brand new product from the team that brought you the One Yoke. The all-metal construction means this yoke will be durable whilst having a realistic and smooth system for lever tensioning based on real aircraft mechanisms. Fulcrum also implements non-contact GMR magnetic sensors on each axis along with interchangeable lever tops for different aircraft types. (Read More)

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