Chuck Gratner from Pittsburgh, PA, like many aviation enthusiasts, is fascinated with the art and beauty of aircraft from the 1930. So, he has created from the missing chapter of this Golden Age of Aviation the Riley Model B, which combines many of the best features from aircraft of this period.
Chuck details the construction of the Model B on his website http://www.gratnerbrothers.com, where it is clear he uses BSI's
Insta-Set accelerator, but less clear what brand of thin CA is
used as the primary adhesive for the aircraft. So we contacted
Chuck, and his response was "There is no mystery about what glue I
use. It has been BSI exclusively for as long as I can remember!" He went on to say that one of the best things about the Insta-Cure
super thin is he rarely actually needs an accelerator. He uses
capillary tubing (BSI #305) inserted into the nozzle and usually
doesn't have a clog for the entire life of a 2 oz. bottle.