When a man is going boldly, he wants a comfy chair to do it in. Thanks to Perry's Planet, I got a chance to build just such a chair…only smaller. This is my attempt at building Captain James T. Kirk's command chair from the U.S.S. Enterprise. (Note: All parts are scored before folding.) CHAIR ARMS I wanted the micro tapes to go into the slot on the arm. I cut out the slot and made a hollow spot for the tape to rest in. I cut a slightly bigger slot into a small piece of foam core, colored the inside black with a Sharpie, glued a piece of chipboard to bottom and then glued the whole thing underneath the slot. I glued all the detail pieces to 1mm chipboard, cut them out and edge colored them. I only glued 1 side of the micro tapes to the chipboard, then glued the other side of the tape to the other side of the chipboard. Otherwise the tapes would have been too thick. I cut out the grill mesh area of the intercom for a recessed look. I glued the chair sides to 1mm chipboard and edge colored it with silver Sharpie. I edge glued the top/bottom strips to the sides. The chipboard added strength and kept the sides nice and straight.