Hello, I'm new here, so Hello to all first. This is my first post, so please bear with me. I consider myself reasonably smart, and capable with my hands. I build RC airplanes from scratch (some even with supersimple rectangular cardboard fuselages and tail units/empennages), and I do Origami on occasion. But I never did card modeling. It looks very cool though. And recently I got a Fiddler's Green Horten IX VI glider "kit" from a friend. It looks reasonably easy, but there is one question that I can not figure out: When I glue the wings to the fuselage, how do I hold those little gluing triangle strips against the wing so that the glue can actually make contact? Anyway, first of all, what glue to use? But then, the glued parts need to make contact, right? So when one wing is on already, and the other one "closes" the shape, how can I hold against from the inside? I have attached a picture, I hope it works (and I don't infringe any copyrights here, so I pixelated it), to make it a bit more clear. I hope my question is reasonable, and not too stupid? :-| Thank you in advance.