I measured some scrap wood & cut 4 pieces for the canard mounting tabs/nutplate mounting supports and then mounted them to the canard jig base.
I dug out foam in the canard face so that the mounting tab nutplate would sit flush in the hole. Note: Standard distance from canard CL to nutplate is BL 6.5, but I went with BL 6.8 because my F22 is 0.6″ wider than stock (22.2″ vs 21.6″).
I micro’d in the nutplates (which were mounted to the steel cross templates and the mounting tabs) into the canard foam and then weighed the entire assemble down to ensure the nutplates sat flush with the foam.
After dinner I checked the micro left over in the cup. It was still just a tad spongy, and the temp had dropped a bit, so I cranked up a couple heaters to warm things up a tad.