Best Design for a Toothpick Bridge?

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The strongest toothpick bridge design varies from the number of toothpicks you use for your bridge and the type of glue you use. The four catenary arch bridge is a toothpick bridge design that is designed for support.
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The best general design using toothpicks is the truss design concept. This has been done to death in classrooms. You can research the web by using "toothpick bridge" as
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A common bridge design was the Warren truss bridge
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The best bridge design is a triangular bridge design look it up on wiki if u dont know.
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Use polyurethane glue; it dries fast. Build one flat triangle on a sheet of polythene (so it won't stick to the table), and add two toothpicks to make another (joined to the first
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