Using Rubber Cement with Model Airplanes Tagged with: Building, Glue, Rubber Cement, Tips, Video Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 07:40 am GMT -6 Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 07:40 am GMT -6Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 07:40 am GMT -6 Rubber cement can come in very handy when building your model airplanes. Share this: Recommend on Facebook Share on Google+ Tweet about it Tell a friend Related posts: Epoxy Gluing Tips for Model Airplanes Ultimate Foam Glue Shootout Test Setting up Flaperons and Elevons RC Connector Soldering Tips Tip: RC Model Airplane Balance Estimate Real Review: Glue Stick Rematch Tip: Finding Cheap Carbon Fiber Rods Efficient RC Electric Power Systems Dealing with Warps in Foamboard Using Mechanical Aileron Differential Hinge Tape and Glue Stick Review Using Spiderwire in your Model Airplane Logging In... Add Comment Register Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or Name EmailNot published Website Comment Sure! Also send me the free email newsletter. 4 Replies 4 Comments 0 Tweets 0 Facebook 0 Pingbacks Last reply was Thursday, July 12th, 2012 09:05 am GMT -6 Fred Forster View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-06-29 17:46:48Z'>Friday, June 29th, 2012 11:46 am GMT -6</abbr> I have used rubber cement for years to stick paper patterns to balsa and ply… after cutting out, the paper can be peeled off and the left over cement can be rubbed off.. it rubs into small balls.. Carlosreplied: View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-06-29 18:11:51Z'>Friday, June 29th, 2012 12:11 pm GMT -6</abbr> That’s a good idea. Ralph Colon View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-07-12 14:57:01Z'>Thursday, July 12th, 2012 08:57 am GMT -6</abbr> Rubber cement is great and I’ve used it for a long time but now i have been using Gorilla Glue. Good working time, very strong, but what i like the most is that it expands. Any thoughts? Carlosreplied: View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-07-12 15:05:10Z'>Thursday, July 12th, 2012 09:05 am GMT -6</abbr> Funny, but what I like the least about polyurethane glues like Gorilla is that they expand! It makes creating accurate joints very hard. The expansion also makes them look messy. Hey, if we all bought products for the same reasons, life would be a lot less interesting.