Here is a summary of my glue and hinging tape recommendations from the videos.
Loctite Crafter’s Indoor-Safe Adhesive – Looks like a white toothpaste. Non-toxic. Reasonably priced. Reasonably fast drying. Great bond to foam and wood when fully dry and has some give.
Liquid Nails Small Projects Repair Adhesive – A great value, and reasonably non-toxic. Very similar to the Loctite Crafter’s glue. Used to be widely available, but not so much anymore.
Liquid Nails Perfect Glue – Sometimes referred to as “Perfect Glue #1“. My favorite glue for foam and wood joints. Looks like a thick gel. Does not run when applied. Initial set in 10 minutes. Flexible when dry. Easily cut or sanded when dry. Strong bond to foam and wood. Relatively non-toxic. Parts can be handled after 30-60 minutes. Available at Home Depot hardware stores.
Elmer’s Craft Bond Extra Strength Glue Stick – Large tube. Non-toxic. Deep blue color that is easy to see when initially applied. Great for foam-to-foam laminations. Update: Elmer’s has replace this product with a new one that still claims “goes on blue, dries clear”, but hardly has any color to begin with. It is still my recommended glue stick.
UHU Stic – Buy the large tube. Non-toxic. Deep purple color when wet. Great for foam-to-foam laminations.
3M Durapore Surgical Tape – Used to be widely available in pharmacies, but not so much anymore. Also called 3M Nexcare Durable Cloth tape. I use it for hinging control surfaces.
3M Medipore H Surgical Tape – Made out of thin cotton cloth. Instant strong grip on foam, paper, and wood. My current favorite hinging tape.
3M Blenderm Surgical Tape – Still a reasonable choice, just don’t spend too much on it.