How do you make a Styrofoam airplane?


To make a Styrofoam airplane, cut out the pieces using scissors or a utility knife. Sand all the edges of the Styrofoam with fine grit sandpaper. Fix the two pieces of the fuselage together with white glue. Glue your stabilizer and fins to the fuselage as directed by your design. Prop the other ends of the wings up so that they are 1 inch higher than where they attach to the fuselage. This will give the glider better lift when flying. Allow the entire structure to dry completely. Decorate your glider as desired using markers.
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