Joel Creates previously showed off two different designs for a weapon that can fire hot glue. Now, to prove that the third time’s a charm, he created an even more dangerous version. It’s basically like a Super Soaker, except it shoots a stream of molten glue instead of water. Needless to say, don’t try anything like this at home.
If you’re going to construct a building, you want to use a tough adhesive to hold things together. In this clip from Russian building materials company Kuvalda, they show off just how impressive Makroflex foam adhesive is at holding bricks together. Though we’re not sure you’d want to stand on that 50 feet up in the air.
If you love building models and want your glue to hold instantly, check out this stuff. It works with cyanoacrylate-based “super” glue and accelerates its bonding so you can move on quickly without clamping, and won’t craze plastics or foams. Glue combo pack here.
Hot glue gun are cheap and easy to find. Still, it’s cool to know that you can make your own in a pinch using a soda can, a lighter, and some electrical tape. MrGear’s DIY version works surprisingly well, and is a great hack if you’ve got wrong-sized glue sticks lying around.