I'm going to have several instances in my model building where i'm going to need to glue two flat pieces of paper together and then, once the glue is dry bend the now joined pieces permanently, either at sharp angles or in curves (like an aircraft's fuselage). My question is: over time is there any danger that the glue will let go and the two pieces that were glued together will seperate? What i'm doing is enlarge photcopying existing paper model kits and then gluing the photocopy to thin bristol board, to give it the necessary stiffness. These will then become my parts from which i will build the model. Printing onto cardstock on a computer printer is not an option for several reasons. For one thing i want thicker stock than most printers can handle and i want to make larger sized pieces than a printer can handle. My concern is that over time the glue may let go in places, due to the bends and folds i have put in it by building the model and the paper will come loose from the bristol board. Is this a ligitimate concern or is the glue likely to hold permanently? Thanks all!