As always, lots of dimples.
I gently scuffed the holes prior to dimpling ready for priming … I find it easier to do at this stage.
But you have to remember it’s probably normally a good plan to scuff just prior to priming, due to oxidation of the aluminium??
The DRDT2 made easy work of the main skin dimples.
I also managed to get the DRDT2 onto every hole on the nose skins … I used a reduced diameter female dimple set on the curved areas.
Being able to move the DRDT2 out beyond the bench edges to provide access has paid dividends on numerous occasions.
I used the squeezer with a reduced diameter female dimple set for all the rib holes.
A few tabs on the main ribs flexed just slightly during dimpling due to access issues, but it was a quick job to gently coax them back to the correct position.
Again, a reduced diameter female dimple set for the spar flanges.
Priming the parts next!