Transfering Plans to Foam ~ Sent in by Gene Cook
Fabric stores sell a spray that is used to temporarily bond patterns to fabric. The spray works very well to hold plans onto foam and the plans can then be easily peeled off after the part has been cut out. I also use the spray to temporarily bond two layers of foam together if I need two copies of the same part. Using a carpet knife to cut through both layers of foam will then produce two parts that are identical that are easily separated. The spray will lose its stickiness over time and does not interfere with other adhesives used to put the model together.