Thanks for elaborating on the drilling procedure.
Brent Deines wrote:Keep in mind water still needs to be removed even if you have the vehicle in your shop and the procedure isn't any different regardless of where you do the repair.
My hope is that the techs there have a way of dealing with moisture.
I haven't been drilling bullseyes or stars, but I have been drilling everything else. My biggest issue has been with half moons. And especially half moons that have an impact point separate from the moon. What I do currently is drill the impact point or drill just inside of the edge of the middle of the moon shape. I set up my bridge, usually pretty light. When I put in the resin I make some final tweaking on the bridge, I like to see the resin surround the edge, but not dripping down. I insert my injector while in vacuum mode, then switch to pressure after it is screwed in. Then apply a little pressure. I then flex the glass, wait a few minutes, switch to vacuum and flex the glass, and keep switching between pressure and vacuum and flexing the grass. 99% of my customers wait there, so I probably will only spend a maximum 15 minutes of my time going through pressure and vacuum cycles.