Here's what I've found out. Use superglue to glue styrene to paper. For drilling holes in styrene, a drummel tool gets the plastic too hot. It works better to turn the bit by hand. Wrap the end of the bit with tape to get a better grip. To thread elastic through small holes in styrene that are too small for a needle, use flat pliers to clamp a piece of thin wire around the end of the elastic. This way you are pulling through only one strand of the elastic, not a double strand. Don't print on surfaces that will be glued with super-glue. The glue will stick to the toner instead of the paper and then the toner and the glue stick to your fingers. Spray computer-printed pages with matte fixative to keep the toner from smudging. For building complex parts out of styrene or other non-paper materials draw the part to size on the paper copy and use it as a template.