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Begin by gluing the deck pieces together. Use the glue sparingly, spread it thin in the areas where the pieces come together.
Make sure the S3D deck is on a flat surface, use lots of wax paper to avoid gluing your S3D permanently to your table.
Sumo Glue can be purchased at Lowes and Wal-Greens for about $6 per bottle. It dries on white and cures quickly, in about 30 minutes.
The inner sponson pieces fit nicely into their slots at 90 degree angles with little effort. When using Sumo Glue, it's a good idea to get those inner sponson pieces glued at the same time the deck pieces are bonded.
Masking tape used to apply pressure evenly on the deck to ensure a strong and solid bond with the Sumo Glue.