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Old 09-22-2020, 04:36 PM
msmst25 msmst25 is offline
 
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Default Fuselage center section bulkhead deburring

I just wanted to make sure Iím doing this right. Page 25-2 says debut the edges on all parts. I assume I need to deburr the bulkhead, but it seems weird since it already has a gold finish. After deburring, should I prime it with the normal primer? Iím already priming the interior parts, so I donít want to start another discussion about the need for priming. Thanks for the help.
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Old 09-22-2020, 05:26 PM
Robin8er Robin8er is offline
 
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The gold anodized parts from the factory should be free of burrs. Leave them alone
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Old 02-01-2021, 07:32 PM
Kolg Kolg is offline
 
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I have the same question. I donít want to put a file or deburring tool on the anodized parts BUT there are a few sharp edges that on any other part I would have radiused.
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Old 02-13-2021, 04:02 PM
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Default Deburr anodized parts

Late reply - Deburr anodized parts - I would Deburr those sharp edges, rather than have a potential crack propagation point, I have had a few holes in the ďfinal drilledĒ parts a little undersized as well. You WILL remove the conversion coating. You can get a brush-on or stick ALODINE conversion coating to protect. (I have used them in the avionics OEM industry years ago) I would wipe those areas with Acetone, MEK, etc. wash with Dawn detergent, and acid etch that small spot first. (Use AC / evaporative cooler cleaner as it has Phosphoric Acid,) then rinse and apply ALODINE. Then Prime or not to prime point in the equation. dl
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